It’s not only important to the confirmation process, but an issue in the governor’s race where Democratic candidate Mark Begich has already staked out his opposition to the nominee.
The path to the Nov. 6 general election is complicated.
Today’s the deadline for Begich and Walker to consolidate, but maybe don’t get your hopes up.
The pro-Begich independent expenditure campaign joins groups already backing Walker and Dunleavy.
This race pitted three solid Democrats seeking the nomination; a nomination that essentially ensures them victory in November. Elias Rojas, Zack Fields and Cliff Groh are all good candidates running solid campaigns. Zack Fields was quickest out of the blocks, and I expected him to run away with the election. I also expected Cliff Groh to never quite get it in gear. Cliff is a likable guy, but he prefers policy discussions over small talk like the professor you like in class, but avoid at lunchtime.
Overall spending is down from 2014, but groups are already getting more involved in candidate races.
It’s the first radio ad for the late entrant to the governor’s race.
Begich is the only pro-choice candidate for governor.
Mallott discusses the dynamics of a three-way race, the campaign, equality, redistricting and that ad.
A deep dive into the fundraising of the leading candidates for Alaska’s governor and lieutenant governor.