The results could, obviously, shift as more ballots are counted but it’s an early sign that recent gains for Anchorage progressives—reflected both on the Anchorage Assembly and in legislative representation—aren’t going anywhere soon.
A peek at polling numbers.
Things get dark on the Anchorage Assembly as the Nazi-license-plate saga continues. Oh, and the House is still not organized.
Anchorage Assemblyman and mayoral candidate Forrest Dunbar joined the chorus of voices denouncing a pair of anti-Semitic license plates reading 3REICH and FUHRER that fellow Assemblywoman Jamie Allard defended as harmless foreign language.
Former Anchorage assemblyman Eric Croft announced today that he’s withdrawing from the race for Anchorage Mayor, calling the crowded field a “recipe for disaster.” Croft,…
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.