The push to allow Anchorage to use its vote-by-mail system in the 2018 elections is the first effort to expand the system.
The Anchorage Democrat would like to have some input in finding a replacement as he considers stepping away after 16 years.
A last-minute flurry of bills saved the 30th Legislature from being the least productive in history, but there were still plenty of bills left behind.
Kito took issue with the leeway the House Majority Coalition has given House Rules Committee chair Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux on multiple issues.
Most expect Eagle River Republican Rep. Lora Reinbold will seek the open seat.
But when asked about their own legislator, about one in two voters were happy.
A fast-approaching deadline, a cancelled weekend hearing, renewed focus and a new bill. The latest from the Legislature.
What a difference a few hours can make. The Senate introduces its capital budget, the House stalls out and more details emerge on Rep. Parish. The latest from the Alaska Legislature.
Paper reveals Parish faced sexual harassment complaint just hours after he announced he wouldn’t seek re-election. An initiative-busting bill moves ahead, and another legislator is hit with an ethics violation. The latest in news from the Alaska Legislature.
After a commission eliminated session per diem for Juneau legislators, a Juneau legislator proposed cutting everyone else’s per diem by 75 percent.