In our April 7 episode, Casey Reynolds and pollster Ivan Moore discuss what happened in Anchorage’s local elections on Tuesday. From the taxi industry ballot proposition to the significance and impact of voter turnout, we cover all the angles.
The 2017 Anchorage election isn’t entirely in the books. There’are a School Board race and several ballot propositions still in doubt, but for the most part, we now know how things turned out.
With that in mind, here are my thoughts on last night’s winners and losers.
It’s election day in Anchorage and the polls are now open, so get up off your rear end and go vote. Wait, what am I saying? You’re the politically sophisticated and engaged type, otherwise, you wouldn’t be a reading The Midnight Sun.Since you’ve already done your civic duty, sit back and enjoy us telling you who is going to win 12 full hours before the “lamestream media” finally gets around to reporting “official” results.
Anchorage elections are here!. What is being said, where are the parties, and what is the turnout so far? It’s Friday in the Sun!!!
Campaign financial reports required to be filed with the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) 30 days prior to Anchorage’s election day tell two stories: which campaigns are for real and which political party is most energized.
Candidates for local office in Anchorage are off to a much slower fundraising start in 2017 compared to 2016.
Yesterday we learned the full slate of candidates running for local office in Anchorage this spring. Now we can begin looking at how those campaigns…
Today at 5 PM was the deadline for candidates filed to run for local office to drop out and have their names taken off the ballot.
Bill Evans dumps his party, David Nees dumped from the ballot and liberal activists need to dump their message. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!