With that reunion came new questions on what shapes identity, and how generations of displacement of American Indians affects that identity.
Results will update automatically with data from the Alaska Division of Elections.
The 2022 midterm election made history with the most wins for openly LGBTQ candidates. At least 340 candidates have won their races, beating the previous record of 336 in 2020.
Election Day is Tuesday, but expect this election to go on a while. Close races, rules changes and a conspiratorial environment all may lead to delays.
A group tracking U.S. political extremism has labeled Sarah Palin and Kelly Tshibaka — the two Alaska congressional candidates endorsed by Donald Trump — as election deniers.
Judge Debra O’Gara says that some states are better than others at adhering to ICWA. “But right now, Alaska, I would say, is not doing so well.”
KTOO has partnered with America Amplified to answer questions about how to participate in the special and midterm elections. Here are some of the top questions we have been able to answer thus far.
The pandemic led to a historic rise in early voting, as 70% of the electorate cast ballots before Election Day in 2020. In 2022, it looks like more of the same.
An estimated 2% of the U.S. voting age population is ineligible to cast a ballot due to a felony conviction. State-level felon disenfranchisement rates vary dramatically.
The latest spike is months early, and it’s pushing care facilities to capacity. Children under the age of 5 are most vulnerable.