The “moderate” Republicans are ahead, some far-right Republicans are behind and there could be trouble for them in the general.
“… like a sledgehammer on a mosquito. It may do the job, but it wreaks havoc in the process.”
It’s this lack of urgency in fixing the program—encapsulated by an administration seemingly caught flat-footed, unable to seize upon its victory in court—that makes the governor’s words so tone deaf.
Gross has outraised Sullivan every quarter since entering the race.
Good news for Galvin, who’s got a slight edge according to the publicly available polling.
They’re six weeks into the program with little improvement. So far, only about $11 million of $290 million in grants to small businesses has been approved.
Pat Pitney will be heading back to the University of Alaska.
While most of the rest of the Legislature has shut down business during the interim, the House Labor and Commerce, State Affairs and Health and Social Services committees have continued to regularly meet in an effort to provide oversight on the administration’s handling of COVID-19.
The campaign filings for the groups supporting and opposing the Ballot Measure 1 oil tax initiative tells a story that we’re all familiar with: The industry-backed anti-tax group has a tremendous cash advantage with nearly fifteen times the money raised by the pro-tax group.
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