Yesterday, former Republican state house candidate Don Hadley filed a letter of intent (LOI) with the Alaska Public Offices Commission(APOC) to run for the same seat. No candidate can file with the Municipality of Anchorage to officially run until late January, but filing of the LOI with APOC allows Hadley to begin soliciting and raising campaign money.
Online comments following an Alaska Dispatch News story about the Muni’s handling of Anchorage’s Centennial prompted both former Mayor Sullivan and former Mayor/US Senator Mark Begich to respond with defenses of their administrations.
Sources with knowledge of the situation have confirmed that 2014 Democratic congressional candidate Forrest Dunbar will file a letter of intent to run for the East Anchorage Assembly seat within 48-hours.
If the referendum does make it to the April ballot, donâ€™t expect a repeat of four years ago. Here are 5 reasons why.
Seeing Halcro stand in the middle of the DTC, surrounded by stereotypical DTC inhabitants, drop the hammer on many of them was a powerful statement of the direction he is taking with the facility, and the community, for better or worse, ought to know it.
During Tuesday night’s budget talks at the assembly, Assemblyman Paul Honeman apparently got tired of the many budget amendments offered by Assemblywoman Amy Demboski. He…
I with with all three South Anchorage candidate to get a sense of who they are. Here are some early thoughts on each candidate and the race.
The Anchorage School District and their teachers union, the Anchorage Education Association, have agreed on the parameters of a labor contract extension.
Americans for Prosperity-Alaska sent out an online call for volunteers for this afternoon to make phone calls to spring election voters.
The Mat-Su Borough has released updated election results for the October 6th elections. The new numbers show Vern Halter winning the Mat-su mayor’s race over incumbent Larry Devilbiss.