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.
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,…
Hall and Conkling argue in support of pending alcohol tax vote in Anchorage, writing “To those of us that see these challenges firsthand, there is no denying that these additional resources will make a difference.”
“I am asking my colleagues to slow down and ask some critical questions of the taxes before us.”
The seat would be added to the Anchorage’s downtown district after the districts are redrawn according to the 2020 census. The downtown district would grow while others would be smaller.
A look at where the money is being spent in today’s election.
Casting a vote by mail in Alaska’s primary and general elections is possible, but it takes a little extra work.
At least 12,000 ballots have yet to be counted. That’s not including ballots mailed or dropped off today.
Fundraising for Logan didn’t plummet or boom after the publication of the story. The story for the Berkowitz campaign was much different.
In the April 23 episode of Alaska’s most listened to political podcast, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar discuss the state budget gridlock in Juneau, certification of Jim Minnery’s restroom initiative targeting transgender people in Anchorage, why Real ID matters, and a new poll showing how gubernatorial hopefuls might do in their primary races. We are also joined by State Senator Berta Gardner to talk about everything that is happening — or not happening — in the legislature.