The new bipartisan House majority and Republican-led Senate majority have named Southeast Alaska lawmakers to chair six committees.
Five of Southeast Alaska’s nine legislative candidates, including a barely-challenged incumbent, have brought in about $50,000 each.
Southeast Alaska lawmakers are giving Gov. Bill Walker’s spending plan mixed reviews. Some are ready to change the way government is funded, while others are not.
A bill aimed at restoring a popular medevac insurance program is getting some attention in the House.
Juneau’s two state representatives face no opponents in Tuesday’s general election. But they still have campaign war chests. Here’s a look at some of the details from the candidates’ Alaska Public Offices Commission reports.