It’s part of a larger fight over how the budget is put together, requiring legislators to go on the record if they want any parts of the Dunleavy budget to be considered.
The Legislature’s only independent legislator to survive the 2018 elections is the first to endorse the proposal to cross party lines.
The Oct. 2 local election will occur after the Sept. 4 deadline for candidates to withdraw and be replaced on the general election ballot.
Today’s roundup will cap off the races for the Alaska House with an independent-heavy day going from Kenai to Southeast and back out to Western Alaska.
Make no mistake, election day on Tuesday will decide control of Alaskaâ€™s state house.
If you ask anyone involved in campaigns which races they think are in play, you are only going to get a version of the truth…
Lisa gets her left on, Ketchikan heats up, and Stock restaffs…again….It’s Tuesday in the Sun!!!!
The primary election was fun, and lively, and entertaining, but is also now in the books. Now we turn our attention to the general election in November. Here is a quick primer on what weâ€™re watching.
Intel on Richards’ resignation, Begich dines with a supermodel, Beltrami starts his campaign…It’s Friday in the Sun!!!
Now that all of the candidates for State House have filed we can take a look at which races will have the greatest impact on how the State House organizes its leadership for the next two-year session. Are we likely to see the continued reign of a Republican majority or do the Democrats have a chance of taking control?