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Just Answers: Where Alaska US House candidates stand on developing Alaska’s natural resources

Candidates answer four questions, including whether there should be oil development in ANWR and whether the Roadless Rule should apply to the Tongass National Forest.

Election filing deadline reveals crowded statewide races

Dozens of Alaskans are running for statewide office but most legislative races have fewer than five candidates
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Palin leads the race for cash in Alaska US House election

Former Gov. Sarah Palin is ahead of the field in campaign fundraising. But a rival has surpassed her by tapping his personal wealth.
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In-person voting is underway in Alaska’s special primary election. Here’s what to know.

Ballots have been mailed out to registered voters, but if you’d rather vote in person, you can go to one of 170 voting sites.
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In Alaska’s crowded US House race, abortion stance sets candidates apart

When it comes to abortion, Alaska U.S. House candidates are all over the map.
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Alaska Senate President Peter Micciche says he won’t seek reelection

The Division of Elections currently shows three other candidates for the Senate seat, including Tuckerman Babcock, a former Republican state party chair.
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How the battle over Alaska’s legislative districts landed in court

The state’s high court agreed with an earlier Superior Court decision and wrote that the Redistricting Board “engaged in unconstitutional political gerrymandering."
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Alaska Supreme Court finds Republican gerrymander in Anchorage districts, orders new map

The decision almost certainly ends Alaska’s redistricting process for 2022.
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Dunleavy picks Alaska Corrections commissioner as running mate

Former legislator Nancy Dahlstrom resigned from the corrections post Monday as her candidacy was announced.
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Some of Alaska’s US House candidates are millionaires. Another is paying off student loans.

Newly filed financial disclosures reveal huge wealth disparities that are shaping the special election between 48 candidates for the state’s sole U.S. House seat.
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Split: Alaska liberals fear a shutout in 48-way race for US House

There’s an angst gnawing at Alaska’s liberals. They fear a split will put four conservatives on the ballot.
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Alaska US House candidates use industry forum to try to stand out in crowded field

With four dozen people vying to become Alaska’s sole U.S. House member, how does anyone corral contenders into a meaningful public forum?

Mat-Su Democrat files to challenge Murkowski

Pat Chesbro enters a race that already has two candidates running multi-million campaigns.

Alaskans have until June 11 to mail in their US House ballot

Many rural post offices are not open on Saturdays and many send their mail to Anchorage for postmark, so voting officials recommend mailing ballots early.
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At Bethel forum, US House candidates address Roe v. Wade, salmon and public safety

Three Alaska Native candidates running in the special primary election for Alaska’s U.S. House seat came to Bethel for a candidate forum last Friday.

Alaska Democrats lash out at US House candidate Al Gross — the same candidate they endorsed in 2020

They're calling him a "proven loser" after Gross suggested he might caucus with GOP.

Ted Heintz

Ted Heintz is a candidate for the 2022 U.S. House special election.

J.R. Myers

J.R. Myers is a candidate in the 2022 U.S. House special election. (Photo provided by candidate)

David Hughes

David Hughes is a candidate for the 2022 U.S. House special election.