There were three, then there were two and now there is one.
We are still pouring over the latest batch of Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) reports that were required to be submitted last night by midnight. Those reports, called 30-Day reports, cover donations from August 7- October 7 and are filed 30-days before election day.
This morning the independent expenditure group Together for Alaska launched the first really hard-hitting radio ad of the general election season.
GOP dissension, gays on the rise, and Begich considers a write-in run. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!
The latest Nielsen ratings for local television news stations show the revamped KTVA still trails longtime leader KTUU by a wide margin.
Begich up for a big gig, write-in madness sweeps the Mat-Su, and GCI tries to make amends.
Many lawmakers clearly donâ€™t agree with the the Governor, Alaskaâ€™s Future, Plan4Alaska, and our new friends at Our Alaska that Alaskaâ€™s fiscal sky is falling.
During todayâ€™s Senate Majority press availability, KTVA reporter Liz Raines asked a question we told you about in our Friday in the Sun. Senator Bill Stoltze has been pushing the idea of putting any changes to the Permanent Fund on the fall ballot as a constitutional amendment.
Rep. Les Gara put out his newsletter today, a fiery push back against the efforts of GCI President Ron Duncan to sway legislators into adopting his vision of a sustainable fiscal framework for the state of Alaska.
The war surrounding local television stations KTUU and KTVA is going to the next level, now spilling over into the Attorney Generalâ€™s office with accusations of political favors.