Sen. Lesil McGuire addresses the Alaska Senate, April 20, 2014. (Photo by Skip Gray/Gavel Alaska)
Because the Legislature did not meet its midnight deadline, three … more
In Alaska’s U.S. Senate race, there’s been so much talk about the billionaire Koch Brothers you might think they were running for office.
Sarah Palin fired up thousands of conservative activists who came to hear her give the closing speech of the Conservative Political Action Conference outside Washington, D.C. this weekend.
Alaska’s U.S. Senate race is shaping up to be a big-money affair. One hidden asset the campaigns deploy is the professional fundraiser.
On Tuesday, the Alaska Division of Elections verified that over 31,000 of the signatures submitted come from registered voters.
The initiative would raise the minimum wage from $7.75 to $8.75 at first, and then there would be another bump up to $9.75 in 2016.
It’s a fast start for the former Natural Resources Commissioner, who is in a three-way race for the Republican primary.
The Senate campaign of Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell has issued a series of press releases attacking incumbent Mark Begich for allegedly receiving support from Outside politicians working to lock up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and enact gun control, which both candidates oppose.
Mallott says his campaign is about Alaskans being engaged in crucial decisions that affect their lives..
Exxon and Chevron have made major contributions to a campaign that wants to preserve a controversial oil tax law that passed this year, according to recent filings with the Alaska Public Offices Commission.