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Juneau lawmakers Egan, Muñoz and Kito re-elected to legislature

Juneau lawmakers Egan, Muñoz and Kito re-elected to legislatureAll three of the capital city’s state lawmakers handily won re-election Tuesday

SE candidates stake out ballot measure positions

SE candidates stake out ballot measure positionsMost Southeast legislative candidates oppose the marijuana and Bristol Bay ballot initiatives. But they support the minimum wage measure.

B.C. mines concern some–not all–candidates

B.C. mines concern some–not all–candidatesBritish Columbia mines are slated to be built close to transboundary rivers. That worries some candidates for the Alaska Legislature.

McGuan gives Muñoz first election challenge in six years

McGuan gives Muñoz first election challenge in six yearsDemocrat George McGuan is a union electrician, who portrays himself as more working man than politician

Muñoz, Kito raise the most cash so far in Juneau legislative races

Muñoz, Kito raise the most cash so far in Juneau legislative racesThe most recent campaign finance reports for the 2014 general election cover the period through Oct. 25.

Political newcomers Dukowitz, Kito vie for House District 33 seat

Political newcomers Dukowitz, Kito vie for House District 33 seatBoth candidates for House District 33 on next week’s general election ballot are new to campaigning.

Muñoz, McGuan face off in Juneau chamber forum

Muñoz, McGuan face off in Juneau chamber forumRep. Cathy Muñoz and challenger George McGuan differed on education funding.

A recap of Monday’s marijuana legalization hearing

A recap of Monday’s marijuana legalization hearingLt. Gov. Mead Treadwell held a public hearing Monday in the Capitol on the marijuana legalization initiative.

Walker, Mallott form Unity Ticket to oppose Parnell

Walker, Mallott form Unity Ticket to oppose ParnellThey’re calling their combined campaign the Alaska First Unity ticket.

Parnell vetoes a bill curbing record access

Parnell vetoes a bill curbing record accessGov. Sean Parnell has vetoed a bill that would have scrubbed Courtview — the state’s online criminal records database — of any charge that did not result in a conviction.