Dems out AK media, candidates do their thing, and the good times are over. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!
Jennifer Johnstonâ€™s campaign today clarified a claim they made in a recent attack ad against her primary opponent Ross Bieling relating to his voting history in Alaska.
Craig Medred confirmed that he has entered into a contract with the State Senate Majority to research and potentially write about Gov. Walkerâ€™s history in pursuing an LNG project.
Based on how these three primary races are unfolding and the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) 30-day financial reports from campaigns, TMS is calling all three as likely or solid to go to one of the candidates.
We have all been taken aback by emails from folks who work at one of the major political parties showing a predisposition against a candidate in their own primary process that begs the question: Are they putting their finger on the scale to tip the process against one of their own party members?
You probably think I am referring to the scandal at the Democrat National Committee (DNC) that ultimately cost Debbie Wasserman-Schultz
Ross Bieling is disputing a charge made against him in a recent radio ad by his primary opponent Jennifer Johnston.
These consultants are hired to provide political campaign-related services, and weâ€™ve put together this handy table that shows who their clients are, and how much they have been paid so far.
The race to replace Rep. Mike Hawker in the Hillside area State House District 28 seat is heating up. The two Republican primary candidate Jennifer Johnston and Ross Bieling are now trading nasty barbs in their latest batch of radio ads.
The latest FiveThirtyEight forecast shows the election still likely to be won by Hillary Clinton. The forecast shows Clinton would win 283 electoral votes compared to Hillary Trumpâ€™s 255.
Earlier today in our Friday in the Sun column we included a section about the odd circumstances and political machinations resulting from the attack on political consultant Art Hackney earlier in the week.