Here is a round-up of responses by Alaska’s political, business, and other leaders to the Governor’s budget release today. This list will be updated as…
Senate Democrats Hire New Press Secretary to Help Communicate Progressive Agenda for Alaska FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 7, 2015 ANCHORAGE — The Alaska Senate Democratic Caucus…
; Yesterday, Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott posted this image on his Facebook page. Looking at the list of accomplishments you can understand why many people,…
As we reported earlier this month, the 17 seat Anchorage Superior Court had become almost entirely male, with 16 men and only 1 woman. That disparity provided good reason to believe Governor Bill Walker would lean towards appointing one of the two female nominees put forward by the Alaska Judicial Council for the seat being vacated by the retiring Judge Michael Spaan.
The group is asking the Governor to issue a stern, but completely unenforceable, statement to President Obama â€œrejecting the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Alaskaâ€.
According to the ballot initiative group PFD Voter Registration, they have gathered half the signatures required to put the issue before voters next year.
The Alaska Republican Party is moving to join Sen. Dan Sullivan and State Senator Mike Dunleavy in opposing Syrian refugees seeking assistance from the United States.
The Alaska Chamber is pleased to announce the selection of life-long Alaskan Curtis Thayer as President and CEO. He replaces Rachael Petro, who moved out of state after guiding the Chamber for almost five years.
The allegation that organizers created a blatantly obvious front-group with no purpose but to funnel anonymous money to a specific set of candidates gets at the very heart of why we have campaign disclosure laws.
Governor Bill Walker is set to appoint a new judge to the Anchorage Superior Court in the wake of Judge Michael Spaanâ€™s retirement, and gender politics could play a role in the Governorâ€™s decision.