Election Day is over in Alaska, and enough dust has settled to call some high-interest contests, and to know what to watch for in unresolved races as more ballots are counted.
It’s Alaska’s first general election under the state’s new ranked choice voting system. Already, thousands of Alaskans have cast their ballots. Polls close Tuesday at 8 p.m.
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.
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.
With a few candidates up and down the ticket unsure whether they won or lost, a lot of Alaskans are looking to the thousands of ballots that remain uncounted.
According to the latest filings with the Alaska Public Offices Commission Kreiss-Tomkins has raised nearly $58,000 dollars in the campaign.
In Fairbanks, Gwich’in language experts are finding the process of translating election materials challenging.
U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan has a new campaign ad featuring the person he hopes to call a colleague: Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
It’s not unheard of for wealthy individuals to get involved in ballot measure fights.
An officer of the Alaska Republican Party is suing Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell and the Division of Elections for the decision to allow independent candidate Bill Walker and Democrat Byron Mallott to merge their campaigns.