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“The only person — people — that know what really happened in that moment are deceased,” said a troopers spokesperson.
The judge found the plaintiffs had not demonstrated a likelihood of success on their outlined claims.
The elections division received 24 timely filed challenges to Republican state Rep. David Eastman’s candidacy.
“We made the decision that this is not a candidate fight,” Sweeney campaign manager Karina Waller said in an interview.
The contract with Strategic Synergies LLC was signed in April and released by Dunleavy’s office last week
Superior Court Judge Thomas Matthews in a decision released late Monday ordered the board to adopt on an interim basis a map that pairs the Eagle River area House districts into a Senate district.
Minority Leader Cathy Tilton said informal polling of her caucus’ members showed more than two-thirds agreed to Eastman’s removal.
Sullivan said that when it comes to a successor to Young, he is interested in “having a fighter like Don Young was” and a Republican.
Political donors have sued over campaign finance rules enacted under a 2020 voter initiative, arguing the disclosure rules are burdensome and could lead to reprisals against them and their business interests in a climate of “cancel culture.”
A team of deputy fire marshals sent from Anchorage found the remains of four people, including two children, following the Tuesday fire.
The House does not plan to hold another formal floor session until next week.
Coghill said after praying about a possible run, he came away with the thought that he “can’t not do it.”
Legislative leaders last month voted to end a policy that required masking, regardless of vaccination status, in legislative facilities and regular COVID-19 testing.
Gray-Jackson said she looks forward to “supporting a new candidate who represents the best of Alaska’s ideals to challenge” Sen. Murkowski.
The pairing had drawn intense discussion among Alaska Redistricting Board members last fall as they worked to finalize new maps.
The bill, from Rep. Calvin Schrage, an Anchorage independent, would set a $2,000 limit on what an individual could contribute to a candidate each campaign period.
Authorities are investigating a natural gas leak detected last week at a ConocoPhillips Alaska oil drill site on Alaska’s North Slope, officials said.
The total value of the fund, at the end of January, was about $81 billion.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Tuesday that she’s concerned with the direction the U.S. Supreme Court could take on the issue of abortion.