Late this afternoon the House Republican Caucus, who will be in the minority in the next legislature, released their organization and leadership positions.
A federal court decision striking down gerrymandered legislative districts in Wisconsin could have major impacts in Alaska over the next 15 years.
As we reported last week, Millett was leading Higgins by 76 votes after most questioned, early vote, and absentee ballots were counted.
Here is how today’s count went:
It has been a week and a half since the 2016 general elections. Most of us have begun moving past them or in many Democrats cases continued to pretend Trump was never elected. For a few poor candidates, however, their races are still too close to call so all they can do is wait nervously for the Division of Elections (DOE) to count the last few ballots in their race and settle things once and for all.
Today, Gov. Bill Walker moved his Chief of Staff Jim Whitaker to an advisor role and hired Scott Kendall to replace him.
It has been only a week since the 2016 general election and The Alaska Republican Party is already making major changes. The party has a new office and a new top staffer to run it.
The Alaska Division of Elections (DOE) counted a batch of early vote and questioned ballots in two close state House races this morning.
The sticky issues surrounding natural resource development and tribal sovereignty wrapped up in the national flap over the Dakota Access Pipeline are coming to Alaska. At least they will if one group has its way.
With several state legislative races still too close to definitively call a winner and vote totals that haven’t moved since election night, plenty of candidates and voters alike want to know when we will know more.
HOUSE MAJORITY CAUCUS CONTACT: Mike Mason (907) 444-0889 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 10, 2016 ; New House Majority Caucus Announces Committee Chairs for the…