Today, we’ll be exploring House Districts 11 through 20, which covers the remainder of the Mat-Su Valley, Palmer, Eagle River and the northeast and downtown areas of Anchorage.
It’s a big show this week. On our May 7 episode of Alaska’s most listened to political podcast, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar are joined by Rep. Chuck Kopp to discuss some issues he is working on involving Alaska Railroad right of ways and restitution funds for crime victims. It is a pretty great conversation, and any other week it would be our headliner interview. This week, however, we are also joined by Gov. Bill Walker, his Chief of Staff Scott Kendall, and Revenue Commissioner Randy “Wild Bill” Hoffbeck to discuss the latest developments in what Forrest has termed “The budget standoff presented by Pete Kelly.”
By Cean Stevens
While contemplating whether or not to write this article, I decided to google sexual harassment of senate candidates. The search results were always the same.
According to a posting on Alaska Libertarian Party candidate for U.S. Senate Cean Steven’s personal Facebook page this afternoon, she is dropping out of the race and 2010 Alaska Republican Party nominee for the same office Joe Miller is stepping in.
Letâ€™s all take a deep breath, have a glass of water, and think about this… rationally.
Can Mayor–not Senator–Dan Sullivan beat Lisa Murkowski in this primary?
There’s a new candidate for U.S. Senate, an assembly candidate goes missing, and Republicans welcome Begich. Its Friday in the Sun!!!
The Alaska Libertarian Party has announced they too now have a candidate in the race for Alaskaâ€™s U.S. Senate race. It is former state house candidate Cean Stevens.