“There’s an ad paid for by the Alaska Republican Party running right now that is false, despicable and speaks to both a lack of integrity and the bankrupt and dishonest approach of the paid ads for Mike Dunleavy. The ad asserts Mark Begich, my brother, was born with a silver spoon. Really?”
While the latest round of fundraising reports were giving us plenty of headaches (hence the late report on them), they contained plenty of good news…
“As Alaska’s chaotic governor’s race comes down to the wire, I keep recalling a couple of nuggets of wisdom from experience as a Marine Corps veteran and more than 30 years as an observer of Alaska politics.”
Call says people who doubt rural Alaska haven’t got to know it yet.
42.5 percent to 42.3 percent. That’s the result of the latest tracker poll of Alaska’s governor’s race by Alaska Survey Research.
In these last few days of the campaign, a couple of “tells” can be seen from the different campaigns.
The art in these editorial cartoons might seem familiar. They’re by Juneau artist Pat Race, who also lent his talents to Alaska’s early voting stickers.
The spending still lags far behind what Republican groups have put behind Dunleavy.
His support for Begich is pretty much limited to the gasline, Medicaid expansion and improving the state’s relationship with Alaska Natives.
The two found common ground on the PFD, but only Wielechowski seemed able to work across partisan lines.