Not that anyone really expected it anymore, but there’s no longer time this year for that PFD special session.
Call’s filing signals plans to run against the newly confirmed Sen. Josh Revak for Senate District M.
Gillis spent $30,000 on an independent expenditure group that helped Revak beat incumbent Rep. Charisse Millett in the Republican Primary.
Another nomination process marked by some controversy.
The confirmation vote brings an end to a standoff between Senate Republicans and the governor.
He said a third special session to deal with the remainder of the $3,000 PFD will depend on the Senate Republicans approving his second pick to fill the Senate District M vacancy.
Another rocky day in the Alaska Legislature.
Overall spending is down from 2014, but groups are already getting more involved in candidate races.