In the last 3 days, Democrat congressional candidate Steve Lindbeck has turned to Alaskaâ€™s highest profile Democrat Mark Begich and the stateâ€™s progressive golden boy Forrest Dunbar in separate emails to ask for cash.
This afternoon the reelection campaign of U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski made official a key staff change we hinted at in our Friday in the Sun column. The campaign has brought onboard long-time Murkowski congressional staffer Robert Dillon to serve as Communications Director.
Democrat Hillary Clinton has opened up a double-digit lead nationally over Republican Donald Trump, whose negatives remain unusually high for a presidential candidate amid early indications that the Orlando terrorist attack has had little direct impact on the 2016 race.
Fans of Donald Trump rejoice. You can now attend a Trump rally of your very own. Trump Stumpers will be heading to the Dimond Center Hotel Thursday night for the first rally and fundraiser for his campaign Alaska has seen.
In this new periodic segment, weâ€™ll be scoring campaign attacks and related attack ads based on the following proprietary scale. (patent pending)
Mayor Dan is seemingly making no effort to participate in this race, and the Republican chatter mill is nothing but stories of the former Mayor being treated at best like a pariah and worse, being openly and loudly chastised for his run at Republican events he attended in the 2-3 days immediately after filing.
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As Margaret Stock runs as an independent candidate for U.S. Senate, signs of Democrat support are evident throughout her campaign, Alaska Public Media reports.
Late today the Alaska Republican Party and Congressman Don Young responded to attacks leveled at the congressman in the last 24 hours by his Democratic challenger Steve Lindbeck.
For the first time, Democrat Steve Lindbeck is coming out swinging in his race against Rep. Don Young.