Wielechowski’s caused Senate Republicans plenty of headaches in recent years.
After a rough election night, late-arriving absentee ballots give Democrats a key win.
Conventional wisdom says Republicans—who are currently trailing in the count—will hold an advantage in those ballots, but will it be enough? Can we look back to past elections for answers? Or are elections shifting?
Republicans already announced a 21-member majority. One of those members lost his lead in today’s vote tally.
Did Obama’s endorsement matter? Democrats take the lead in key races. Republicans get serious about a write-in. And other takeaways from the 30-day reports.
The final rundown of legislative race previews in this week’s series.
The vote approves a resolution would overturn the FCC’s pending June 11 repeal of existing Obama-era net neutrality rules that require internet service providers treat all online traffic the same, preventing them from blocking, throttling or prioritizing online content and services.
We’re a matter of tens of hours away from the end of the session, bringing a merciful end to a thoroughly underwhelming two years. While…
The bill restructures the permanent fund to pay for government, formalizing what the Legislature was already planning on doing. Some say it’ll act like a spending limit, others worry it’ll be easily ignored.
Alaska campaigns are getting started early. This week hosts Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar dig into Gov. Walker’s first fundraiser, all the entrants into the GOP Lt. Gov. primary, and how that can impact the Anchorage mayoral race. Then our man in Fairbanks, Matt Buxton sits down with Rep. Scott Kawasaki about his run for state senate.