The Alaska Family Council this morning sent out an email endorsing three candidates in Anchorage Assembly races: Adam Trombley, Amy Demboski, and Treg Taylor.
It is one week from election day in the Municipality of Anchorage and what I know is Terre Gales is going to lose and lose badly to Forrest Dunbar.
Frankly that is a shame. It shouldnâ€™t have been, and didnâ€™t need to be that way.
With the prospect of new state income and/or sales taxes on the horizon, can we really endure a Tax Cap loophole that would have allowed property taxes to increase up to 50% MORE than they are today?
One Anchorage firefighterâ€™s union is getting into the Anchorage municipal elections in a big way. The International Association of Fire Fighters – Local 1264 PAC has purchased $30,000 worth of ads on local radio stations to support assembly candidates Forrest Dunbar, Eric Croft, and John Weddleton.
Flynn and Hall say if you really want to see more money in your pocket you should vote against Prop 8.
South Anchorage Assembly candidate Treg Taylor posted his first campaign ad online this morning.
It is unusual to see members of the Anchorage Assembly openly criticize one another during a public meeting, but as last nightâ€™s Assembly meeting was getting underway, thatâ€™s exactly what happened.
The latest round of campaign finance disclosures are out, and they matter. A lot. Candidates, parties, and flacks are all full oâ€™ bluster and spin about their campaigns and their performance, but pesky statutorily-required campaign finance reports give citizens an unspun window into exactly where things stand. No one can hide from the numbers. They are cold, precise, and ultimately unflinching. To paraphrase the great football coach Bill Parcells, you are what your fundraising numbers say you are.
It appears Amy Demboski was not expecting a challenger in her run for re-election to the Anchorage Assembly.
Former mayoral candidate Dustin Darden has filed to run for the West Anchorage Assembly seat. He joins a crowded field that currently includes former Assemblyman Adam Trombley, Ira! Perman, and former state legislator Eric Croft.