Native Voting Rights Case Kicks Off

A federal trial is underway to determine whether the State of Alaska does enough to serve voters who speak Native languages.

Forrest Dunbar: The Millennial Who Aims to Unseat Don Young

The Alaska Congressman's Democratic challenger is a Yale-educated attorney, raised in Eagle and Cordova. Dunbar is a first-time candidate running a serious campaign on a relative shoestring. Listen now:

Tale of 2 Murkowski Bills: Bipartisan and Not

Sen. Lisa Murkowski passed two major bills out of the Senate Energy Committee today, each containing priorities she’s been working on since she became the panel's chairman. One passed on a strict party-line vote while the other passed overwhelmingly, but each bill reflects elements of the senator’s legislative style. Download Audio

Rules for 2014 RUNNING – General Election

The Rules for RUNNING for the General Election can be found here.

Will Alaska’s new governor keep Walker’s climate team?

Now, the real work to address climate change can start. But it’s hard to know what that might look like under new leadership. Listen now
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GOP House candidate Leslie Becker gets rocky reception at Metlakatla campaign stop

Becker came under fire for comments in a blog post, which were interpreted as containing racist stereotypes of Alaska Natives.
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Trump wanted to stop the vote when he was ahead. Alaska’s congressional delegation urges patience

Alaska’s all-Republican congressional delegation is not backing Trump’s call to stop counting votes.
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Initial Anchorage election results show most incumbents holding off challengers

The first tally includes just over 41,300 ballots. There are still thousands of ballots yet to be counted.

Just Answers: Alaska’s US House candidates on the election of President Biden

We asked: Did Joe Biden win the 2020 presidential election fair and square?
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Mary Peltola becomes first Alaska Native elected to Congress

Peltola will become the first Alaska Native woman to serve in U.S. Congress.
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Rewrite of federal fisheries law navigates rough partisan waters

Even though a rewrite of the Magnuson-Stevens Act cleared the House Natural Resources Committee, its path forward is anything but guaranteed.
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Bethel students will name a local park as part of a city-wide civics lesson

Bethel students will learn results Monday of their votes on a sign that will mark a local playground — part of a city-wide effort to raise community-minded citizens.
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Alaska Gov. Dunleavy still on track to secure another term with more ballots counted

If Dunleavy’s share of the vote remains over 50%, he will win a second term outright, with no need for ranked choice tabulations.
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Anchorage Democrat who won state House race meets residency rules, judge says

The judge found that Jennie Armstrong became a resident of Alaska on May 20, 2019, based on the evidence provided.

Alaska congresswoman’s first bill passes House

Rep. Mary Peltola's bill aims to reduce food insecurity among veterans.

Miller Refuses to Answer Any More Personal Questions

Photo and Story by Lori Townsend, APRN – Anchorage It was a day of waiting for the Alaska Press Corp. in Anchorage. The campaign...
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Reporter’s roundtable: Super Tuesday

Republican voters in 12 states went to the polls to indicate which of the Republican candidates they want for the 2016 presidential race. On this week's Alaska Edition, we review the results of the Republican poll, and what impact Alaska's support may or may not have on a national level. Listen Now:
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Murkowski campaign raised $1.5M so far this year

This brings her total campaign receipts for the 2022 race to nearly $6 million.
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Rep. Peltola joins Alaska senators to champion Willow project

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.
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Conservative group is targeting Superior Court Judge up for retention

A conservative group is targeting a Superior Court Judge in Anchorage who is on the ballot for retention this year. Alaska Family Action is campaigning against Judge Sen Tan for decisions he made in the late 1990s on cases related to the issue of abortion. The Alaska Judicial Council is responding with an advertising campaign supporting Tan, calling him one of the highest rated judges in the state.