; Yesterday, Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott posted this image on his Facebook page. Looking at the list of accomplishments you can understand why many people,…
As we reported earlier this month, the 17 seat Anchorage Superior Court had become almost entirely male, with 16 men and only 1 woman. That disparity provided good reason to believe Governor Bill Walker would lean towards appointing one of the two female nominees put forward by the Alaska Judicial Council for the seat being vacated by the retiring Judge Michael Spaan.
Fauske out, Hopkins in, and Dems doubling down to take out GIessel. Its Friday in the sun!!!!!
The group is asking the Governor to issue a stern, but completely unenforceable, statement to President Obama â€œrejecting the resettlement of Syrian refugees in Alaskaâ€.
The Alaska Republican Party is moving to join Sen. Dan Sullivan and State Senator Mike Dunleavy in opposing Syrian refugees seeking assistance from the United States.
The allegation that organizers created a blatantly obvious front-group with no purpose but to funnel anonymous money to a specific set of candidates gets at the very heart of why we have campaign disclosure laws.
Governor Bill Walker is set to appoint a new judge to the Anchorage Superior Court in the wake of Judge Michael Spaanâ€™s retirement, and gender politics could play a role in the Governorâ€™s decision.
Walker poised to ax another Parnell guy, Perman and Croft continue to wrestle in West Anchorage, and the South Anchorage races get going. Its Friday in the Sun!!!!!
Can Alaska reporters unflinchingly report on the very politicians and institutions they know they will be asking for a job in the not to distant future?
The Anchorage School Districtâ€™s (ASD) decision to develop a new educational curriculum for junior high and high school aged student focused on the stateâ€™s budget problems is drawing concern from conservative activists.