he kerfuffle we posted about yesterday between Alaskan Bernie Sanders supporter Levi Younger and Alaska Democratic Party superdelegate Kim Metcalfe over her support for Hillary Clinton has taken to twitter.
Levi Younger, from Eagle River, Alaska, is a recent political science graduate who caucused last Saturday with thousands of other Alaskans. Younger recently reached out to superdelegate Kim Metcalfe on Facebook, asking her to side with her state and support Sanders at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Metcalfe, who is listed on the Alaska Democratic Party website as the stateâ€™s national committeewoman since 2012, cavalierly told Younger she would be supporting Hillary Clinton, due to her â€œnegativeâ€ conversations with Sanders supporters.
; Just days before the Alaska Democratic Party’s Caucus on March 26th, Hillary Clinton has announced her core of high-profile Alaska supporters. She says it…
Whenever any national election comes to Alaska they tend to be long on explanations as to why Americans should vote for their guy (or gal), but short on reasons why Alaskans actually should. This morning a Bernie supporter named Malena Marvin of Petersberg sent me her take on why Alaskans should support her chosen candidate, Bernie Sanders.
Alarmed by the harsh attacks and negative tone of their presidential contest, broad majorities of Republican primary voters view their party as divided and a source of embarrassment and think that the campaign is more negative than in the past, according to a New York Times/CBS News national poll released on Monday.
; This morning the Hillary Clinton campaign released what they’re calling a “detailed policy proposal to advance equity and opportunity for all Alaskans.” Here is…
Reinbold getting an opponent, Raines getting the inside scoop, and Hillary getting no love. Its Friday in the Sun!!!!
Thursday night Hillary Clintonâ€™s campaign opened their Alaska caucus campaign headquarters in Anchorage. About 40 people watched as former Lt. Governor Stephen McAlpine, filling in for former Governor Bill Sheffield, spoke to christen the offices.
Despite a year of blistering criticism from gun control advocates about the National Rifle Association’s hard-line stance against gun restrictions amid a spate of mass shootings nationwide, 58% in the U.S. have a favorable opinion of the NRA.