Republican media consultant Art Hackney called Peltola’s finish in the primary especially remarkable because she spent so little money.
Here’s how the candidates responded, in their own words, to a question about banning assault weapons.
To help Alaskans sort through dozens of candidates, Alaska Public Media is asking each where they stand on the issues.
Few political insiders doubt that Palin will win enough votes in Alaska’s new nonpartisan primary system to finish in the top four, which would advance her to the August general election to finish Young’s term.
Palin joins more than 50 other people who have filed to represent Alaska in the U.S House of Representatives.
The politics around reopening Alaska’s economy are getting contentious. But blame isn’t spread uniformly.
More than 100 people, many clad in rain jackets, braved a cool, overcast Saturday morning and gathered in midtown Anchorage’s Cuddy Midtown Park, urging lawmakers to support public education funding.
From the very beginning, it was clear that there weren’t going to be fireworks at the lieutenant governor’s debate.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the latest Outside group to launch campaign ads in Alaska’s U.S. Senate race.
Local elected officials from across the state will be in Juneau this week for the Alaska Municipal League’s annual legislative conference. The Alaska Conference of Mayors kicks off the meetings on Tuesday, with a discussion of energy issues taking up the bulk of the afternoon. The municipal league meets all day Wednesday. Members will hear…