It has been only a week since the 2016 general election and The Alaska Republican Party is already making major changes. The party has a new office and a new top staffer to run it.
The Alaska Division of Elections (DOE) counted a batch of early vote and questioned ballots in two close state House races this morning.
The sticky issues surrounding natural resource development and tribal sovereignty wrapped up in the national flap over the Dakota Access Pipeline are coming to Alaska. At least they will if one group has its way.
With several state legislative races still too close to definitively call a winner and vote totals that haven’t moved since election night, plenty of candidates and voters alike want to know when we will know more.
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The 2016 election has come and gone. We explore who come out of the contest better and worse than before election day.
In the wake of an announcement from 22 newly elected state house members, mostly Democrats, that they had come together to form a new majority organization, the Alaska Republican Party released a statement including a threat from Party Chairman Tuckerman Babcock to three Republicans who joined the group that the party would actively try to unseat them.
A lawsuit organized by former Alaska Republican Party Chairman Randy Ruedrich to challenge campaign donation limits in political campaigns governed by the State of Alaska has failed.
Make no mistake, election day on Tuesday will decide control of Alaskaâ€™s state house.
The Alaska Division of Elections (DoE) put out a new batch of absentee and early voting statistics today and it shows some interesting trends.