This is one of those stories that is crazy no matter which way it goes.
Joe Miller appeared on the Michael Dukes Show on AM 700 KBYR this morning with fill-in host Brad Keithley.
According to a posting on Alaska Libertarian Party candidate for U.S. Senate Cean Steven’s personal Facebook page this afternoon, she is dropping out of the race and 2010 Alaska Republican Party nominee for the same office Joe Miller is stepping in.
The latest Nielsen ratings for local television news stations show the revamped KTVA still trails longtime leader KTUU by a wide margin.
Glass houses, new jobs, and the candidate merry-go-round. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!
Exclusive new polling data in Alaska shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with a lead over Hillary Clinton, Sen. Lisa Murkowski with a hefty lead over everyone, and Gov. Bill Walker and Rep. Don Young maintaining solid numbers in the face of voter malaise.
The Alaska AFL-CIO held their annual convention late last week and while the body agreed to endorse Sen. Lisa Murkowski, they chose not to offer their usual endorsement to Rep. Don Young.
After days of attacks by the Alaska Republican Party and state legislature majority members on the Alaska Division of Elections (DOE) over voting irregularities in the August 16 state primary election, the Alaska Democratic Party has sent their own letter to DOE Director Josie Bahnke claiming to â€œdebunkâ€ Republican talking points.
With the Alaska Division of Elections closing in on certifying Dean Westlakeâ€™s win over Rep. Ben Nageak in the House District 40 democratic primary by Friday, Nageak and Alaska Republicans are sending signals the fight may have just begun.
The legislative hearing he oversaw was called to look into irregularities at Alaska polling places during the August 16th primary election. There was blame to be laid, but unfortunately, Stoltze and company were, so hell bent on selling the Trump-ish narrative that the system is rigged to rouse the conservative base by merely speaking of voting irregularities that they completely missed the rightful criticism that overseer of elections Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott deserves.