By Pat Race/Alaska Robotics for The Midnight Sun. #akleg Halloween 2019 Pat Race is a filmmaker and illustrator from Juneau. He is co-owner of the Alaska Robotics Gallery, a small…
It’s almost, nearly, mercifully over.
‘You aren’t held to your promises.’
A special report by aviation writer Colleen Mondor exploring the history of Alaska’s bypass mail system.
Even better, save yourself the postage and drop it off at a ballot drop box or polling location
Including the upcoming November state/federal election, plus a special mayoral election and most likely a runoff and then a regular city-wide election and possible mayoral runoff Anchorage voters could end up with five separate elections in less than six months. We ask our city leaders to consider these factors now, and make voters the priority in this situation by saying “no” to requiring a special election.
. “This is an abhorrent and blatant lie, and yet another example of Rep. Pruitt doing and saying anything he thinks will increase his chances of being re-elected. This time Rep. Pruitt is attacking an accomplished woman dedicated to our community.”
Democrats have a lead over Republicans when it comes to voting while voters not aligned with any party—Alaska’s largest voting group—leads all parties.
Just waiting for the inevitable heat death of the universe when we can stop worrying about elections.
I always “vote fish” because to me that means voting for healthy oceans and thriving coastal communities. And I always vote for the person, not a party and my voting record reflects that. In more than 30 years as a radio/print reporter for Alaska’s seafood industry, I have never publicly endorsed a candidate.