The first claim against Westlake was made public last week, and the new report exposes the scope of his behavior in Juneau reached far beyond a single incident.
Edgmon didn’t comment on a specific instance, but said the recent incidents highlighted the need for a change.
A former legislative aide came forward with the accusations because she said she believes her experience in the Legislature isn’t unique.
Newly elected Rep. Dean Westlake has introduced a bill to create a new state holiday named Indigenous Peoples Day and co-locate it on the second Monday in October along with Columbus Day.
Anchorage Superior Court Judge Andrew Guidi on Thursday overturned the results of the Democratic primary in Alaska’s northernmost House district, declaring incumbent Rep. Ben Nageak the winner by two votes instead of challenger Dean Westlake.
Glass houses, new jobs, and the candidate merry-go-round. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!
With the Alaska Division of Elections closing in on certifying Dean Westlakeâ€™s win over Rep. Ben Nageak in the House District 40 democratic primary by Friday, Nageak and Alaska Republicans are sending signals the fight may have just begun.
The source of Downing’s hate, Dems sell out, literally, and the Alaska Family Council hits tough times. It’s Friday in the Sun!
This is a repeat of the Democratic primary from two years ago when Rep. Ben Nageak beat Dean Westlake 53%-47%. In that race Nageak took Barrow, they split Kotzebue, and Westlake took many of the outlying areas.
This time around, Nageak looks to be in trouble, big trouble.
Nees takes on the GOP establishment, the race for speaker heats up, and Ted Stevens Day is here. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!