James Brooks, Alaska Beacon
This year’s Alaska general election absentee ballot is weighty enough to need two stamps if mailed — but will still be carried and counted with one.
Alaska’s political campaign regulator has found no evidence of ongoing coordination between Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s re-election campaign and a third-party group supporting him.
A Friday hearing revealed no new evidence of illegal coordination between a group backing Gov. Mike Dunleavy's reelection and the Dunleavy campaign.
Ben Stevens, a former Alaska Senate president once linked to, but never charged, in the Veco corruption scandal, has died at age 63.
The Alaska Constitution has barred executive-branch lawsuits against the Legislature for decades.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission will hear a campaign finance complaint against Gov. Mike Dunleavy and backers of his re-election bid before the election.
After a survey found structural problems with the 214-year-old museum, the city of Kodiak and a historical society have begun an ambitious repair project.
Independent Bill Walker, Democrat Les Gara and Republicans Mike Dunleavy and Charlie Pierce have different approaches to solving the Alaska Permanent Fund impasse.
“I’ve done the right thing, and it cost me a lot,” said Joan Wilkerson, the attorney who filed a lawsuit in 2018 against the department.
The state of Alaska, which voted to legalize recreational marijuana use in 2014, has no one in prison for simple marijuana possession, state officials said on Thursday.
The largest group urging Alaskans to vote against a constitutional convention has received a major boost from a pair of Washington, D.C., groups.
A House-Senate panel voted 8-3 in favor of adopting the new policy on behalf of the entire Legislature.
A guide to searching the records of the Alaska Public Offices Commission.
The investigation was ordered by a committee of the Alaska Legislature after former CEO Angela Rodell alleged "political retribution" was involved.
The Alaska Constitution’s "disloyalty clause" will be tested in a Dec. 12 trial on Wasilla Republican David Eastman's eligibility to hold office.
A Matanuska-Susitna Borough man says Rep. David Eastman has violated the "disloyalty clause" of the Alaska Constitution.
An Anchorage Superior Court judge ruled that the Alaska Division of Elections has a duty to determine whether a candidate for public office is ineligible for disloyalty.
Borough employees and elected officials have declined to confirm the existence of another complaint.
Political advisers, pollers and independent observers say there are five early lessons from Alaska’s first ranked choice election.
Alaska Division of Elections officials say voting stations in the state's Aug. 16 special election did not open in Tununak and Atmautluak.