Today weâ€™re looking at how elections this fall could sway power in the State Senate. We previously wrote an article on the situation in the State House. Check it out here if you havenâ€™t already.
Hawkerâ€™s withdrawal from the race leaves competitive primaries for both the Republicans and Democrats populated by two challengers each and no incumbent to claim the mantle of real frontrunner.
This fall, HD18 will be the site of one of the more intriguing questions of the election cycle: Can All-Anchorage Republican Mike Gordon beat Harriet Drummond, the Democrat incumbent? It will be at best an uphill battle.
Now with the Legislatureâ€™s Special Session winding to an end, some legislators are eyeing a shift in the proposal to increase fishing taxes to favor one set of fishing interests at the expense of another.
Tonight the Republican Party assault on not-Republican-enough Palmer incumbent Rep. Jim Colver begins.
Historians are fond of saying the War of 1812 turned the United States from an â€œareâ€ to an â€œis.â€ The election of new Chairman Tuckerman Babcock may be doing the same thing for the Alaska Republican Party (AKGOP).
A group of Republican activists is preparing to challenge the eligibility of Hillside area State House candidate Ross Bieling to run for that seat sources inside the effort have confirmed to The Midnight Sun.
South Anchorage Democrats are complaining the Alaska Dispatch Newsâ€™(ADN) coverage of legislative races in their area is too favorable to Republicans.
Thursday morning AFL-CIO President and brand new State Senate candidate Vince Beltrami went on the Mark Colavecchio Show to discuss his run.
Here are five quick takeaways the rest of the media missed on candidate filing day