If Dunleavy and his press team had their way, we would have never known and Clarkson would have been back on the job this week.
Regardless, let’s consider the implications of promises made by the wave of challengers who beat some of Alaska’s most effective fiscal conservatives.
Both faced three-way races for each party’s nomination. Galvin, who challenged Young in 2018, won 85.8% of the votes cast in the Alaska Democratic Party’s primary while Young won 76.1% of the Alaska Republican Party’s primary vote.
By Shannon Donahue, a community organize for Southeast Alaska Conservation Council and executive director of the Great Bear Foundation. At the headwaters of one of…
Over the course of more than 4,200 words sent to University of Alaska students, Student Regent Cachet Garrett spouted nonsensical, Marianne Williamson-esque pop-psych jumbo and told students “NO MORE SUICIDING.”
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…
Welcome to Friday in the Sun, our weekly column trying to make sense of the senseless. As always, we don’t really know what’s going on…
With a lack of answers about the timing of the revisions, Rep. Spohnholz said “It’s a scapegoat for bad execution.”