Republican Joe Miller is vying for the seat held by U.S. Sen. Mark Begich. But the specter of his 2010 run against Sen. Lisa Murkowski looms large over his current campaign. Some of the residual effects strengthen Miller’s candidacy. But the negatives are persistent. Download Audio
Late last week, U.S. Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan took his campaign to Bethel. The challenger to Senator Mark Begich, who, if successful, may be the Senator that tilts the power balance in the Senate from Democratic to Republican. Download Audio
Judge William Morse says the Alaska Public Office Commission should reinstate the $500 annual per-person contribution limit to independent groups, which APOC stopped enforcing following a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision called Citizens United.
As Alaska's primary elections get closer, there are a handful of contests that will likely be decided in August, far ahead of the November general election. Listen now
Democrat Mark Begich and Republican Mike Dunleavy both want higher dividends, but it’s not clear how they intend to pay for them.
Dunleavy said he thinks issues of taxation are better handled by state lawmakers than through the initiative process. And he says the proposed election overhaul is too complicated.
Ballot Measure 2 grew closer to passing on Friday, with 1,141 more yes votes than no votes after the day’s count. The measure would overhaul...
The state’s high court agreed with an earlier Superior Court decision and wrote that the Redistricting Board “engaged in unconstitutional political gerrymandering."
Meet the candidates running for statewide office in the Aug. 16 primary and special U.S. House elections.
“I am so excited that we have actually elected a U.S. representative who is from here and she’s a woman," said Kathy Hanson.
The largest contributions in Gov. Dunleavy’s latest report were from Robert Penney of Anchorage and Dunleavy’s brother, Francis Dunleavy, from Texas.
Learn about Alaska’s candidates running for governor, U.S. House and U.S. Senate before Election Day 2022
Lori Townsend and reporters discuss candidates running Governor, U.S. House and U.S. Senate.
With ranked choices tabulated, Murkowski got 53.7% of the vote to Kelly Tshibaka’s 46.3%.
John Coghill is a candidate for the 2022 U.S. House special election.
Talk of Alaska is hitting the road with an in-person conversation in Juneau on June 7.
Here is a clip from one of the “lightning rounds” in Debate for the State with Democrat, Harry Crawford Republican incumbent, Congressman Don Young. You...
The votes are all in for Homer’s recall election of three liberal city council members. But the results are not yet clear. The politically divided town will remain in limbo until absentee votes are counted Friday.
Dozens of Alaskans are running for statewide office but most legislative races have fewer than five candidates
Alaska is at the forefront of climate change in the U.S. — it’s warming faster than any other state, and more than 60% of Alaskans say it’s an issue they’re concerned about.
At the Republican convention, Senate hopefuls mostly avoided personal attacks and stuck to their message of beating Democratic incumbent Mark Begich. But dark horse candidate Joe Miller broke the calm when he said he would not support the Republican nominee if he didn't win.