South Anchorage Democrats are complaining the Alaska Dispatch Newsâ€™(ADN) coverage of legislative races in their area is too favorable to Republicans.
; June 1st is a big day for political junkies like me here in Alaska, and if you are reading this, I suspect like you…
Thursday morning AFL-CIO President and brand new State Senate candidate Vince Beltrami went on the Mark Colavecchio Show to discuss his run.
Ivan Moore of Alaska Survey Reseach posted this early dive into the numbers on a Sen. Lisa Murkowski and former Anchorage Mayor Dan Sullivan.
Sullivan gets a dressing down, disloyal Dems get primaried, and the un-Alaskan Ross Bieling. It’s Friday in the Sun!
Letâ€™s all take a deep breath, have a glass of water, and think about this… rationally.
Can Mayor–not Senator–Dan Sullivan beat Lisa Murkowski in this primary?
Here are five quick takeaways the rest of the media missed on candidate filing day
â€œI made the decision over the long holiday weekend not to continue my candidacy for re-election to the State Senateâ€ Senator Johnny Ellis told me in an interview this morning. And with that it would appear one of the longest legislative careers in Alaska history is officially coming to an end.
Alaskaâ€™s U.S. Senate race just got a little bit more interesting, but it isnâ€™t clear right now exactly how.
It what may be the closest Alaska will ever come to a clash of philosophical titans Alaska AFL-CIO President Vince Beltrami has filed to run against conservative stalwart Sen. Cathy Giessel for the State Senate seat she currently holds.