Applicants who meet all the qualifications will face off on Oct. 5 when voters will elect a mayor, two assembly members and three board of education members.
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson’s campaign violated numerous campaign finance laws and should be fined $52,650, according to a recent report from the Alaska Public Offices Commission.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee, the party’s campaign arm devoted to getting and keeping Republican senators in office, is supporting Murkowski.
A working group of legislators is weighing whether to recommend amending the state constitution.
A working group of legislators has been meeting to consider ways to close the gap between what the state spends and what it brings in. The group plans to hear public testimony beginning on July 29.
The Republican legislators’ concerns have been growing for years. Some members believe that there should be much deeper cuts in state spending and that dividends should be much larger.
Educators on the Kenai Peninsula said the debate over incorporating critical race theory into public schools is a red herring.
The authors concluded that the direct COVID-19 death counts in the U.S. substantially underestimated the deaths attributed to the pandemic, by roughly 17%.
Applicants who file and meet all the qualifications will face off in the upcoming municipal election on Oct. 5.
Superior Court Judge Gregory Miller heard arguments Monday in a lawsuit that says the system infringes on the freedom of political association, among other constitutional rights.