The new maps won’t be in place in time for the April 2022 election, but they will bring some significant changes once they are in place.
Grab the popcorn, this is gonna be good!
Miller set the stage as a race between a True Conservative in Kurka against a traitor in Gov. Mike Dunleavy.
There, it’s abundantly clear that the rhetoric on the extreme right is only growing more extreme—and doing so quickly—even as cases of covid-19 continue to fall.
It started with a simple enough proposal: Let’s flip a coin.
You can almost hear the sighs of relief across Alaska each time oil prices tick up. This is good for Alaska, right? Actually, no. Because instead of forcing us to diversify our economy. This blip allows us to kick back, relax, and continue our monogamous relationship with oil–when we really need to be dating around.
Reheated reruns are… fine.
The feds have a new report out on aviation safety in Alaska, making the same recommendations the state’s heard for years. The answer is clear. The federal government just seems unwilling to pay for it.
The last round of redistricting lawsuits didn’t do much to answer the question of what precisely a compact, contiguous and relatively socioeconomically integrated district should look like.
The announcement along with pretty much every other statement she’s made in recent months about the race casts shade at her far-right Trump-endorsed opponent: short-time Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka.