Even on the final day of the convention, some of the Alaskans still wrestled with their doubts about Trump.
Alice Rogoff’s lawyers contend the napkin contract lacks the “requisite formality or content to be enforceable.”
A little precipitation and the shifting winds will help dampen the fire, though smoke will likely blow over the Anchorage Bowl.
The Alaska National Guard is now supporting wildfire suppression efforts on the McHugh Creek fire near Anchorage.
Sullivan was the only member of Alaska’s congressional delegation to come to the convention. His speech lasted two and a half minutes.
There could be a little rain early Thursday morning. It’s not much, but it should bring more humidity and lower temperatures.
Esau Sinnok said he had goosebumps and that his heart was beating when he was at the White House. “It was like I couldn’t believe I was there. I’m just a rural village Native kid, and to experience that … it felt like a once in a lifetime opportunity for me.”
For some delegates, the goal was to unbind delegates so they could vote for candidates other than Trump. For one Alaska delegate, it was about procedure and accountability.
The warning came as a result of low humidity and high winds in addition to hot temperatures.
“The reality is, it’s going to be Donald Trump and Mike Pence. And if you’re a Republican, that’s your team,” said the Alaska GOP chairman.