Convention attendees embraced the two women, one a Democrat and one a Republican, both seen as champions of Native causes.
The complaint charges that Tshibaka should face consequences with advertisers after ignoring requirements for attack ads.
Kelly Tshibaka gets it wrong. Again. In Tshibaka’s own words she clearly said she wants to make receiving birth control pills by mail illegal.
Sixteen other names are on the ballot. When asked who the fourth candidate will be, most political insiders didn’t know or hadn’t given it much thought. But a few names float to the top.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski said this week that she is likely to vote in favor of a bill protecting same-sex marriage rights, joining four other Republicans and raising the likelihood that the measure can overcome a Senate filibuster.
Hopefully you spent the day doing literally anything else.
The bill, called Bruce’s Law, is named after Robert Bruce Snodgrass, a 22-year-old Anchorage resident who died last October from a fentanyl overdose.
Murkowski voted for three of the five justices who are poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, going as far as to defend the justices over concerns they would overturn the landmark law.
Murkowski had more to lose in voting against Judge Brown than she had to gain from the already-alienated GOP base.
She implored legislators to be proactive about attaining the additional funds that will be available through grants on everything from improving broadband access to upgrading water infrastructure.