The Republicansâ€™ noisy breakdown has been echoed eerily, albeit less loudly, on the Democratic side
; New polling numbers released by Ivan Moore’s firm Alaska Survey Research give us an idea where statewide elected officials stand heading into this fall’s…
Tracy out, Stieren in, and Clary on the sidelines? It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!
According to U.S, News and World Report, Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan has filled his vote on a measure moving through the U.S. Senate to expand FBI surveillance powers.
Do you know who Greg Jones is? No? Neither did anyone else until he decided to make this his campaign logo
Senator Lisa Murkowski released her first TV ad earlier this week. The ad highlights her support for the Second Amendment, resource development, and the veterans in Alaska.
Alaska Division of Elections Director Josephine Bahnke has ruled that State House candidate Ross Bieling is eligible to run for office in Alaska this fall.
The one thing this race definitely does not lack is colorful and energetic candidates. You might recognize the names Dustin Darden, David Nees, and Ed Cullinane from their many previous runs for public office.
After being told by the Alaska Republican Party for the last week Gov. Walker was defiantly going to choose either former Rep. Beth Kertulla or Marcia Davis for Attorney General, we learned today neither was the choice.
In fact, there is no evidence either was even in the running.
For those looking to get their evangelical politics on this election cycle, here is an event just for you.