It’s Election Day. Polls open at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m.
The presidential race is the big draw this year. But in … more
Juneau’s two state representatives face no opponents in Tuesday’s general election. But they still have campaign war chests. Here’s a look at some of the details from the candidates’ Alaska Public Offices Commission reports.
With no opponents this election cycle, Juneau Representative Cathy Munoz has spent much of the campaign season attending regional gatherings, such as Southeast Conference and … more
Juneau Democratic State Rep. Beth Kerttula has been getting to know the residents and issues in her new district this fall. House District 32 encompasses Juneau, Petersburg, Kupreanof, Gustavus, Tenakee and Skagway.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission has refused to be drawn into a tightly contested Senate race this year.
Party leaders and their allies are investing in two candidates for the Ketchikan-Wrangell-northern-Prince-of-Wales-Island House seat. But a third, who has represented most of what’s now House District 33 for three terms, is getting nothing.
More money is going into the House District 34 campaign than any other race in Southeast. That’s the new Sitka-plus-Southeast Islands district, a close race between incumbent Bill Thomas and challenger Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins.
There’s a significant fund-raising gap between the two incumbents fighting to represent a new Southeast Senate district. Here’s a look at some of the details of the District Q race between Bert Stedman and Albert Kookesh.
Scientists view climate change as one of the world’s most pressing long-term problems. But the issue has barely surfaced in the U.S. presidential race.
Juneau’s new mayor and Assembly members will be sworn into office on Monday.