According to the ballot initiative group PFD Voter Registration, they have gathered half the signatures required to put the issue before voters next year.
U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowskiâ€™s third-quarter (July 1st-September 30th) fundraising numbers are out. What, you thought you had already read the news reports a month ago saying the same thing? No, not really.
The Alaska Republican Party is moving to join Sen. Dan Sullivan and State Senator Mike Dunleavy in opposing Syrian refugees seeking assistance from the United States.
The Alaska Chamber is pleased to announce the selection of life-long Alaskan Curtis Thayer as President and CEO. He replaces Rachael Petro, who moved out of state after guiding the Chamber for almost five years.
Lisa can’t find a flack, GCI gets in the budget game, and Landfield out smarts’em all. Its Friday in the sun!!!!!!
I with with all three South Anchorage candidate to get a sense of who they are. Here are some early thoughts on each candidate and the race.
The allegation that organizers created a blatantly obvious front-group with no purpose but to funnel anonymous money to a specific set of candidates gets at the very heart of why we have campaign disclosure laws.
Governor Bill Walker is set to appoint a new judge to the Anchorage Superior Court in the wake of Judge Michael Spaanâ€™s retirement, and gender politics could play a role in the Governorâ€™s decision.
The issues that will animate 2016 general election races wonâ€™t crystallize for months, after voters pick presidential nominees. Today, both parties are focused on getting the right candidates.
So, does John Tracyâ€™s involvement in both KTVA and Murkowskiâ€™s campaign explain the wide disparity in coverage between KTVA and KTUU? In essence, has KTVA become the station of Murkowski and Murkowski the candidate of KTVA?