Fourteen states hold contests Tuesday, with about a third of all delegates for the Democratic nomination at stake. Follow the latest news and get live results here.
Recall Dunleavy organizers received the booklets at the division’s Anchorage office. They have said they’ll mail them around Alaska on Saturday.
John Lincoln, the Alaska state representative who represents the Northwest Arctic and North Slope boroughs, says he will not run for reelection.
In an interview, Gov. Mike Dunleavy says he’s open to working with the Legislature to solve much of Alaska’s long-term budget problem.
The ballot measure, organized by the group Alaskans for Better Elections, needed to gather 28,368 signatures to qualify for the 2020 ballot.
In a motion filed with Anchorage Superior Court, Recall Dunleavy responded to the arguments Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson made when he opposed the application.
While an appeals court had upheld the law, the Supreme Court vacated that ruling. The justices told the appeals judges to reconsider the case.
Alaska Republican Party chair Glenn Clary says the initiative violates provisions of the state and federal constitutions.
A little over a year ago, Alyse Galvin lost to longtime Alaska Congressman Don Young by a little less than 7% of the vote, the closest anyone has come to unseating Young since 2008.
Even though Juneau voters passed two out of three ballot propositions, the Juneau Assembly has the final say on how they are implemented.