- - Alaska elections officials said Monday that they’ve asked criminal investigators to examine “irregularities” with absentee ballots in a hotly contested Anchorage House district — including seven absentees requested in the names of dead people.
- - The results of Tuesday’s primary election included three stunning upsets that could send two of the state’s most powerful legislators packing. The state still must tally hundreds of absentee and other uncounted ballots, and aren’t expected to finish doing so until the end of the month.
- - The current House majority mostly is made up of Democrats, with three moderate Republicans and two independents. Tuesday night's state legislative races yielded several surprises.
- - Independent candidate Alyse Galvin soundly defeated Dimitri Shein in the Democratic primary for the U.S. House seat held by Congressman Don Young,
- - Juneau School Board member Andi Story secured the Democratic nomination to run for the Alaska House in the Mendenhall Valley. Story will face Juneau Deputy Mayor Jerry Nankervis in the Nov. 6 general election.