It what may be the closest Alaska will ever come to a clash of philosophical titans Alaska AFL-CIO President Vince Beltrami has filed to run against conservative stalwart Sen. Cathy Giessel for the State Senate seat she currently holds.
This article covers select races in districts 21-40. Past articles addressed House districts 1-20 and all Senate districts.
Ethan and Bill lose staff, senate races intrigue, and Lisa turns 35-ish. It’s Friday in the Sun
“It was nonetheless a victory over partisan gridlock — the product of weekly lunch and breakfast meetings between Murkowski and Cantwell, followed by several committee hearings and six weeks of bipartisan negotiations.”
It is simply not fair to voters, the media, and most importantly registered Republicans, like me, to have any confusion about what is coming from the party and what is not. That clarity isnâ€™t unreasonable to expect and shouldnâ€™t be that hard for party leaders to provide.
An Alaska Democratic Party (ADP) spokesman acknowledged Monday that Independent U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Stock, who is challenging incumbent U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski, will not be allowed to run on the partyâ€™s ticket this fall.
With all of these efforts to keep the pressure on, why is the Legislature acting like there is no pressure on them at all?
As we reported in Friday in the Sun would happen, the Mayor has hired Brendan Babb to be the Muniâ€™s Chief Innovation Officer.
Donâ€™t know what that means? Neither do I, but here is the Mayorâ€™s explanation.
The deadline for candidates to file for office isnâ€™t until June 1, but here are some of the State House races that are already drawing our attention
This article covers select races in districts 1-20. A future article will address 21-40.
Craig Johnson’s caucus fail, new entry to replace Ellis, and Berkowitz gets a new staffer. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!