Ross Bieling is disputing a charge made against him in a recent radio ad by his primary opponent Jennifer Johnston.
The race to replace Rep. Mike Hawker in the Hillside area State House District 28 seat is heating up. The two Republican primary candidate Jennifer Johnston and Ross Bieling are now trading nasty barbs in their latest batch of radio ads.
; 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.