Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media
Rep. Mary Peltola's comments on a recent podcast were not what you'd expect a "pro-choice" candidate to say. She misspoke, she says.
A Democratic bill to re-write the Magnuson-Stevens Act and lessen bycatch faces strong headwinds.
Mary Peltola's signature on a letter promoting a drilling plan in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska could carry weight with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland.
Mary Peltola says she's approaching her new House colleagues about how to fund disaster relief for Western Alaska
Her campaign raked in almost $1.4 million in the 19 days following Election Day, according to her latest campaign finance disclosure report.
New Alaska Rep. Mary Peltola won't always get what she wants, says House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz.
Alex Ortiz, who was Congressman Don Young’s last chief of staff, will also work in that role for congresswoman-elect Mary Peltola.
Peltola is drawing an unusual amount of national media attention as the first Alaska Native elected to Congress, and even more because of her special election win over Sarah Palin, a former Alaska governor endorsed by Donald Trump.
The election of Yup'ik Mary Peltola brought unexpected tears to some Alaska Native people.
The Division of Elections is livestreaming the tabulation on Facebook.
Peltola goes home to the Kuskokwim, still waiting to hear if she’s the first Alaska Native elected to Congress
Republican Sarah Palin, the former governor and 2008 vice presidential nominee, is in a good position to win the special U.S. House election once the second-choice ballots are counted. But for now, Alaska’s right-wing icon is trailing Peltola by almost 9 percentage points.
Democrat Mary Peltola increased her lead in the special U.S. House race. But no second-choice ballots have been counted.
Sweeney had substantial financial support from Alaska Native corporations and their affiliates. But she said she doesn't think she can win.
Alaska Public Media Washington D.C. correspondent Liz Ruskin provides some post-election analysis on Alaska News Nightly.
The candidates finished in the same order for both the special general and the regular primary.
Tuesday may be the most confusing election in Alaska history. Got questions? We’ve got answers.
Sarah Palin and Nick Begich are going after each other in the special U.S. House race.
Here's how they responded, in their own words.
Sen. Dan Sullivan was the only member of the Alaska delegation voting this week.
Alaska voters are welcome to write ‘Tara Sweeney’ on the special election ballot, but here’s why it might not count
Sweeney is campaigning for a full term in Congress. She hasn't ruled out registering as a write-in for the special election.