; Today is a not-so-obviously big day in this year’s election cycle. Candidates filed to run in party primaries who might be having second thoughts…
Hawkerâ€™s withdrawal from the race leaves competitive primaries for both the Republicans and Democrats populated by two challengers each and no incumbent to claim the mantle of real frontrunner.
Sullivan gets a dressing down, disloyal Dems get primaried, and the un-Alaskan Ross Bieling. It’s Friday in the Sun!
This article covers select races in districts 21-40. Past articles addressed House districts 1-20 and all Senate districts.
It is unusual to see members of the Anchorage Assembly openly criticize one another during a public meeting, but as last nightâ€™s Assembly meeting was getting underway, thatâ€™s exactly what happened.
Speaking on the Rick Rydell radio program Friday morning, Johnstonâ€™s fellow Anchorage Assembly member Amy Demboski bemoaned the â€œhigh school dramaâ€ she thinks some would like to cause on the Assembly and then immediately attacks fellow Assembly member Johnston for being â€œnot that conservativeâ€ and says because of it she will â€œhave issues with South Anchorageâ€ in her run for state legislature.
Here is John Weddleton’s Campaign Announcement
Someone should ask how the Mayor plans to proceed after the lawâ€™s passage. The scope and depth of his plans should be part of the public record so reasonable people can decide for themselves if they support it.