A Wednesday Senate State Affairs Committee meeting proved to be ground zero for some good political theater as a fight between the snotty tone of the State Senate met the rare trash talking of the Governorâ€™s Office.
This is simultaneously one of the easiest and most difficult races to rate. The district is a lock for a Republican victory, but the Republican primary is difficult to gauge.
This morning developer Mark Pfeffer officially filed a $37 million claim with the Legislative Affairs Agency (LAA) over the Legislatureâ€™s decision to move the Anchorage Legislative Information Office out of the recently renovated 716 W. Fourth Avenue building.
The tragic slaying of 5 police officers in Dallas, TX Thursday evening has spurred a renewed effort to pass legislation in Alaska aimed at providing health insurance benefits to survivors of law enforcement officers and firefighters who die in the line of duty.
Wednesday, the Mat-Su Business Alliance held a legislative candidate forum and had a pretty great showing of candidates.
After evaluating over a dozen primary races we are now ready to call a few of them.
Do you know who Greg Jones is? No? Neither did anyone else until he decided to make this his campaign logo
Alaska Division of Elections Director Josephine Bahnke has ruled that State House candidate Ross Bieling is eligible to run for office in Alaska this fall.
The one thing this race definitely does not lack is colorful and energetic candidates. You might recognize the names Dustin Darden, David Nees, and Ed Cullinane from their many previous runs for public office.
After being told by the Alaska Republican Party for the last week Gov. Walker was defiantly going to choose either former Rep. Beth Kertulla or Marcia Davis for Attorney General, we learned today neither was the choice.
In fact, there is no evidence either was even in the running.