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.
Today we found out that Athens got that photo… consensually from Mayor Berkowitz.
A group of Anchorage Democratic legislators is asking the state to work with the municipality of Anchorage to expand the availability of ballot drop-off boxes…
Working together, we can achieve real progress on homelessness in Anchorage.
The progressive side of the race is getting packed.
The private, small-class program says it can reopen safely.
‘Continuing to sequester services downtown will not bring about change in Midtown. Homelessness services need to be integrated into our community so that individuals can utilize public transit for jobs, access health care and look for more permanent housing.’
The list has been pared down to three businesses since last week.
AG Clarkson’s memo is “inaccurate legal advice” that “sows confusion” and “puts State of Alaska employees in legal jeopardy,” wrote Anchorage Municipal Attorney Kate Vogel.
They’re hoping to avoid another hunker down.