Sullivan, a Republican, was sworn in to office in 2015 and is running for a second term. Meanwhile, Al Gross is an independent and the Democratic nominee who has not previously held public office.
The majority of funding in a campaign to oust Alaska Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney comes from outside Alaska.
The candidates are generally aligned on a lot of big goals, but there’s contrast in how they’d get there.
Alaska candidates for the state’s only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives came face-to-face in a debate Thursday night.
Meyer said there are four precincts that still don’t have voting officials for Election Day: Sleetmute, Clark’s Point, Wainwright and Deering.
Pruitt, who’s served in the Legislature for a decade, faces a rematch against Democrat Liz Snyder, who came within 200 votes of beating him two years ago.
The messages appeared to target registered Democrats and also went to voters in Florida, national media reported.
Early voting started on Monday in Alaska. And more than 35,000 Alaskans have already returned their absentee ballots. For those who haven’t cast their ballots, this is a quick guide on how to vote this year.
As he runs for re-election, Sullivan is threading a needle. He rarely criticizes Trump, but as a tide of anger at the president rises, he isn’t waving a Trump banner, either.
The head of the state’s regional sign patrol says he thinks they are consistently enforcing the law, though it may not look like it because the state’s right of way along roads is irregular.