Voters in a majority of Alaska’s House districts will get to decide whether he should keep his job.
It’s not only important to the confirmation process, but an issue in the governor’s race where Democratic candidate Mark Begich has already staked out his opposition to the nominee.
Hammond endorsed both Begich and Walker in 2014, when they were running for different positions.
Young called Galvin “nasty” after she brought up his campaign contributions.
Ballot design was a key issue in the Supreme Court battle over the Alaska Democratic Party’s effort to open its primaries to independent candidates.
The path to the Nov. 6 general election is complicated.
Today’s the deadline for Begich and Walker to consolidate, but maybe don’t get your hopes up.
The pro-Begich independent expenditure campaign joins groups already backing Walker and Dunleavy.
LeDoux’s lead is insurmountable, but allegations of voter fraud will persist.
There are three races that are separated by fewer than 10 votes.