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…
With a lack of answers about the timing of the revisions, Rep. Spohnholz said “It’s a scapegoat for bad execution.”
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.
While there’s good news for legislators who narrowly trailed on election night, the window is fast closing for others.
Clarkson was set to return to work for Gov. Dunleavy next week.
“The project, as proposed, would likely result in significant degradation of the environment and would likely result in significant adverse effects.”
The state has been telling businesses to just refund tens of thousands of dollars of federal aid in order access the state program. The new changes would allow businesses to keep the money.
The complaint says the Alaska Policy Forum, its director and Dunleavy’s former campaign manager have been violating Alaska campaign law for months.
Aviation reporter Colleen Mondor dug into the past of the team behind “New Ravn.” What she found is worrying.