The Nov. 3 ballot is set.
“In a heads-up race against Senator von Imhof I feel I would have had a great chance at winning. It would have been an epic campaign. But in a three-way race the path is not there.”
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…
The court upheld a lower court’s ruling that Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer, a former oil company employee, had biased the summary of the oil tax initiative.
The hope is that candidates will have to broaden their appeal to all voters in a district instead of the relatively small group of voters that participate in primaries.
The complaint says the Alaska Policy Forum, its director and Dunleavy’s former campaign manager have been violating Alaska campaign law for months.
The word “insurmountable” comes to mind.
By-mail voting’s gonna take a while.
The one category Republicans are leading Democrats is in early in-person voting. As of Friday, they’ve cast 210 ballots this way while Democrats have cast just 105 absentee ballots in person.
The crime of not toeing the party line is apparently graver than an assault conviction.