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A group of East Anchorage plaintiffs successfully challenged the boundaries of Eagle River’s state Senate district last year.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused on Tuesday to block enforcement of an Alabama voting rights decision that the high court issued just months ago.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that state constitutions can protect voting rights in federal elections and state courts can enforce those provisions.
The board's decision Monday likely means there won’t be any changes to the district lines used in last year’s election until 2032.
A day after lawmakers declined to confirm Bethany Marcum to the University of Alaska Board of Regents, she was reappointed to her former job.
Sen. Löki Tobin was among those opposed to Bethany Marcum's nomination. “Ms. Marcum has shown that she cannot uphold the public trust,” Tobin said.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy will make the final selection; he was sworn into a second term Monday by one of the applicants.
Republicans hold 21 of the 40 seats in the Alaska House of Representatives after the first full run of Alaska’s new ranked choice voting system.
It wasn't the red wave many top Republicans predicted, but the GOP eked out enough wins in contested seats to gain control of the House of Representatives, according to the AP.
Alaska lawmakers look at election results and ponder policies, politics and personalities in coalition discussions
Alaska Beacon reporter James Brooks says some state senators have been talking about the very real possibility of forming a coalition. But the future of a coalition-controlled House is much murkier.
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.
If the gains hold, they increase the chances of a coalition majority in the Senate.
Ranked choice voting results may add to the Republican lead, with implications for House leadership.
It’s Alaska’s first general election under the state’s new ranked choice voting system. Already, thousands of Alaskans have cast their ballots.
Dozens of first-time Alaska legislative candidates are trying to make their mark before Election Day
First-time candidates are often trying to build name recognition and scrape together donors to fuel their barebones campaigns. We spoke to three candidates for House who are making their final push before Election Day.
With Republicans showing divisions in the state Senate, there's speculation that a coalition majority like in the House could form there as well.
Will the Alaska House have another coalition majority checking the governor? For now, it’s hard to say.
With Alaska's Election Day less than a week away, one of the biggest questions is whether there will again be a coalition majority in control of the state House.
The tight race between Sen. Mike Shower and challenger Doug Massie is focusing on effectiveness and implications for the state’s only booming region.
The choice between incumbents Harriet Drummond and Zack Fields, now in a tight race, may come down to more subtle differences in style.
Tuesday may be the most confusing election in Alaska history. Got questions? We’ve got answers.