Littlefield was the only person to file to run in a special election to fill Kevin Cross’ seat.
Justices are reviewing Colorado's disqualification of Donald Trump from its state primary ballot because he allegedly engaged in an insurrection.
Tuesday's decision comes at a crucial time for both Donald Trump and the federal case against him. He has said he will appeal the ruling.
Statistics show that Alaska has 108% of its 20-and-older population registered to vote on state rolls.
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The ruling from U.S. District Court Judge Joshua Kindred, appointed by Donald Trump, cited technical issues with the lawsuit's filing.
Haley is the only major GOP candidate left facing former President Donald Trump, after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropped out Sunday.
The measure is unlikely to advance in the Senate.
There will be no limit on how much someone can give a candidate for office in this year’s state elections, as measure backers aim for the 2026 ballot.
The initiative campaign would also mandate paid sick leave and protect workers from having to hear employers’ political or religious messages.
Arguments on whether a constitutional ban on insurrectionists holding federal office bars Donald Trump from running for president will be heard Feb. 8.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission voted unanimously to conduct a full investigation before hearing the case in February.
Alaska ranked choice voting opponents blame ‘incompetence,’ not subterfuge, for errors in campaign disclosure
The founders of Alaskans for Honest Elections say a $90,000 political donation wasn't routed through a church group, despite what they wrote on a form.
Matanuska-Susitna Borough voters re-elected conservative Assembly and School Board incumbents in all but one race in local elections Tuesday.
"All of our districts, every seat, is up for election" in the borough's downsized Assembly and its school board, according to the borough clerk.
A group of East Anchorage plaintiffs successfully challenged the boundaries of Eagle River’s state Senate district last year.
At 29 years old, he would become the region’s youngest mayor.
The department says it's monitoring the three rural Alaska regions to ensure compliance with the federal Voting Rights Act.
The pool of candidates is much larger than last year when three Juneau Assembly members ran unopposed for reelection.
The system is seen by advocates in the Lower 48 as a model for advancing civility and moderation, but it is vulnerable to repeal at home.
Investigators say those trying to repeal Alaska's voting system routed a $90,000 political contribution through a church group, among other alleged violations of campaign laws.
The approved measures would impose new financial restrictions on political campaigns and grant an array of rights to workers.
Alaska Public Offices Commission staff have recommended a $16,450 fine against former U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka's Preserve Democracy.
The Alaska Supreme Court ruled in 1994 that legislative term limits would require a constitutional amendment, not a ballot measure.
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