IEs are gearing up, Joe back at the party, and Bill W’s PFD lawsuit has a casualty. It’s Friday in the Sun.
Alaska’s U.S. Congressional race has officially gotten going. Oh sure, technically both incumbent Rep. Don Young and Democrat challenger Steve Lindbeck have been in the race for months, but aside from the standard float of Young ads and a brief attack by Lindbeck in June over unionized tanker escorts there hasn’t been any noticeable communications activity in this race.
Exclusive new polling data in Alaska shows Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump with a lead over Hillary Clinton, Sen. Lisa Murkowski with a hefty lead over everyone, and Gov. Bill Walker and Rep. Don Young maintaining solid numbers in the face of voter malaise.
The Alaska AFL-CIO held their annual convention late last week and while the body agreed to endorse Sen. Lisa Murkowski, they chose not to offer their usual endorsement to Rep. Don Young.
Congressman Don Young this afternoon announced details of his second quarter fundraising numbers, only hours after his opponent, Steve Lindbeck boasted a $418K haul.
This morning Democrat congressional candidate Steve Lindbeck released details of his first fundraising quarter and it looks like an impressive haul.
Those results arenâ€™t just bad for Young, they would appear to place the incumbent congressman on the verge of â€œunelectableâ€ status.
; New polling numbers released by Ivan Moore’s firm Alaska Survey Research give us an idea where statewide elected officials stand heading into this fall’s…
In this new periodic segment, weâ€™ll be scoring campaign attacks and related attack ads based on the following proprietary scale. (patent pending)
Late today the Alaska Republican Party and Congressman Don Young responded to attacks leveled at the congressman in the last 24 hours by his Democratic challenger Steve Lindbeck.