At least 12,000 ballots have yet to be counted. That’s not including ballots mailed or dropped off today.
Fundraising for Logan didn’t plummet or boom after the publication of the story. The story for the Berkowitz campaign was much different.
In the April 23 episode of Alaska’s most listened to political podcast, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar discuss the state budget gridlock in Juneau, certification of Jim Minnery’s restroom initiative targeting transgender people in Anchorage, why Real ID matters, and a new poll showing how gubernatorial hopefuls might do in their primary races. We are also joined by State Senator Berta Gardner to talk about everything that is happening — or not happening — in the legislature.
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.
In our April 2 episode, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar invite Alaska Dispatch News reporter Devin Kelly in to talk about Anchorage’s upcoming elections, how the Berkowitz administration is doing almost two full years into office, and what it’s like to be a reporter in the age of Trump.
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!!!
In our March 12 episode, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar are joined by former Special Counselor to the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Leslie Dach to talk with us about what impact the Trumpcare bill would have on Alaska if enacted. Forrest and Casey go on to discuss what themes and issues are rising Anchorage’s municipal races and what is happening in Juneau.