Here are five quick takeaways the rest of the media missed on candidate filing day
This article covers select races in districts 21-40. Past articles addressed House districts 1-20 and all Senate districts.
GOP intra-office memos, Chenault may be out, and Johnson may move up….Its Friday in the Sun!!!
After re-watching all of the Legislative Council meetings since December in an attempt to fully understand the situation, one thing stands out: Legislative Affairs Agency (LAA) Executive Director Pam Varni is the problem.
Walker poised to ax another Parnell guy, Perman and Croft continue to wrestle in West Anchorage, and the South Anchorage races get going. Its Friday in the Sun!!!!!
The facts show Hawker made a rightfully troubling and politically tone deaf deal, but singling him out is both unfair and misses the true context of the situation. For Alaska Democrats to themselves call him out is downright hypocritical and gross.
Rep. Mike Hawker’s primary opponent Ross Bieling has called for his resignation. The call comes in response to emails being made public showing collaberation between Hawker and developer Mark Pfeffer to close a $44 million deal to renovate the Anchorage Legislative Information Office.
State records show developer Mark Pfeffe donated heavily to elected decision makers while pursuing a deal to renovate the Legislative Information Office.
Friday morning on the Rick Rydell radio show former Florida congressional candidate Ross Beiling announced he was challenging Mike Hawker in the Republican primary for state house district 28.
Tid bits we’re hearing from around our little political world