Most people who used ranked choice voting for the first time this August thought the process was simple, but many still had questions about why we have it in the first place.
When preliminary results are announced at 4 p.m. Wednesday, it will reveal the likely winner.
Art Hackney is working for the Begich campaign. He assumes, based on polling he’s seen, that Mary Peltola will lead after the first choice votes are counted.
With questions swirling about how the special election will play out, the Daily News spoke with candidates, elections officials and political insiders to help make sense of what comes next.
More than 200 candidates are running for state and federal offices.
Alaskans will have a new way to vote in state elections starting in 2022. Here’s how it will work.
Dunleavy could take heat from supporters regardless of what he decides. Meyer is at the center of criticism from conservative voters in places like the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, who are unhappy with how last year’s election was conducted.
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.
Last we checked, king crab was narrowly ahead of three other Alaska seafoods in the Division of Elections’ mock primary.
Experts who have experience with Alaska’s new elections system have some advice: educate and test.