This is an interesting article on how political campaigns can reach millennials. The Alaska Dispatch News is already offering sponsored content and the Alaska Republican Party and Alaska State Senate Majority are renting wholesale their own plausible deniability based blogs, but we have yet to see anyone target millennials with native ads.
Conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin endorsed Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller on his program Friday evening against incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
Want to see a debate between Rep. Don Young and his Democratic challenger Steve Lindbeck? As of today ,we know where you will be able to see at least half of that argument.
IEs are gearing up, Joe back at the party, and Bill W’s PFD lawsuit has a casualty. It’s Friday in the Sun.
; Mark Begich announced he would not run as a write-in candidate for U.S. Senate this morning on the Rick Rydell radio program on AM…
According to Mark Begich, Alaska’s former junior senator will be making a significant announcement about his future at 8 A.M. Thursday morning on Rick Rydell’s radio show on AM 650 KENI. Rydell confirmed as much on Facebook this afternoon:
Alaska Democrats appear to have found what they think is a winning position on a winning issue for the upcoming November elections. They are now the positioning themselves as the only protectors of your PFD left out there.
As the Alaska LNG project continues to transition to State leadership, Governor Bill Walker today announced three appointments to the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation Board of Directors.
Begich write-in gains momentum, AK GOP apologizes to Demboski, and Demboski dumps on AK GOP. It’s Friday in the Sun!
Ok, so this isn’t an Alaska-based political story, but it is one any of you who have run for office or helped on a campaign will appreciate.