The early results from Tuesday’s recall election targeting Anchorage Assemblymember Meg Zaletel shows the effort, which was borne out of the city’s extreme-right circles, failing by more than 20 percentage points.
With reports of rising harassment, threats and physical attacks on health care workers fueled by the very conspiracy theories Bronson has repeated and legitimized with his office in recent weeks, he now claims there’s some very fine people on both sides.
It’s unclear when the Anchorage Assembly will finally reach a vote on its proposed mask mandate thanks to an outbreak of covid-19 among Bronson’s administration, but when it does it will almost assuredly have a veto-proof supermajority.
Its’ becoming increasingly clear that the plan is to make the job of serving the public so difficult and hostile that it’ll drive away anyone not ready to rubberstamp Bronson’s agenda.
An innocuous-looking alert breaks all sorts of laws and norms. It also happens to be promoting the recall election against one of Bronson’s biggest opponents on the Assembly.
David Morgan has already stepped in it over covid, but it’s his time at a non-profit that’s raising some serious questions.
The Nov. 3 ballot is set.
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…
Working together, we can achieve real progress on homelessness in Anchorage.
‘Continuing to sequester services downtown will not bring about change in Midtown. Homelessness services need to be integrated into our community so that individuals can utilize public transit for jobs, access health care and look for more permanent housing.’