In this new periodic segment, weâ€™ll be scoring campaign attacks and related attack ads based on the following proprietary scale. (patent pending)
Ruedrich goes after Bieling, Logan drops out, and Bernie runs in Alaska. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!
The Alaska Division of Elections has denied requests from multiple candidates for state office who support Bernie Sanders to be listed on ballots as â€œBerniecratâ€ in addition to their given names.
Mayor Dan is seemingly making no effort to participate in this race, and the Republican chatter mill is nothing but stories of the former Mayor being treated at best like a pariah and worse, being openly and loudly chastised for his run at Republican events he attended in the 2-3 days immediately after filing.
Workers in Americaâ€™s oil and gas patches have enjoyed some of the countryâ€™s biggest gains in the buying power of their paychecks over the past decade and a half, while workers in several small and mid-sized manufacturing-oriented cities have watched their buying power shrink over the same time period.
Do you think you know who will win the Republican U.S. Senate primary in Alaska? The website PredictIt lets you turn that knowledge into cash.
As Margaret Stock runs as an independent candidate for U.S. Senate, signs of Democrat support are evident throughout her campaign, Alaska Public Media reports.
Late today the Alaska Republican Party and Congressman Don Young responded to attacks leveled at the congressman in the last 24 hours by his Democratic challenger Steve Lindbeck.
A group of Republican activists is preparing to challenge the eligibility of Hillside area State House candidate Ross Bieling to run for that seat sources inside the effort have confirmed to The Midnight Sun.
For the first time, Democrat Steve Lindbeck is coming out swinging in his race against Rep. Don Young.