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 opioid overdose treatment Narcan became available over the counter in pharmacies throughout Alaska last week. The treatments will cost $45 for a box of two.
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.
Republican Nicholas Begich III is taking another run at becoming Alaska’s next member of Congress.
Rep. Sarah Vance, R-Homer, says a poll shows a majority of Alaskans would repeal RCV. But public testimony in Juneau ran 3-to-1 against it.
Justices say the state made the right call when it decided not to advance Tara Sweeney to special election ballot.
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Proposition 14 would specifically allocate Anchorage marijuana tax revenue to child care and early education initiatives.
It peaked in 2021. Anchorage’s election administrator thinks increasing transparency around election operations has helped settle the public’s concerns.
The ConocoPhillips project is opposed by environmental advocates but supported by Alaska's political and business establishment.
U.S. Sen. Murkowski urged legislators to have a vision, "think big" and not rely solely on federal money.
Bipartisanship is U.S. Rep. Mary Peltola's motto, and her first address to the Alaska Legislature was on-brand.
A few hundred people met at a south Anchorage church Thursday night to kick off a signature drive aiming to get rid of ranked choice voting and go back to the way Alaska used to elect candidates.
Carol Beecher doesn’t have elections experience, but Lt. Gov. Dahlstrom cites her administrative background, impartiality as reasons for the pick.
Beecher succeeds Gail Fenumiai, who had a long career with the division and retired last year after administering Alaska’s first ranked choice elections.
Peter Micciche previously served as mayor of the City of Soldotna and was most recently president of the Alaska State Senate.
Preserve Democracy, launched by Republican Kelly Tshibaka after her failed U.S. Senate bid, seeks to stop ranked choice voting in Alaska.
“We may have different party affiliations, but the job is about serving all Alaskans,” Revak said
The panel has jurisdiction over the Coast Guard, air travel and other areas of importance to Alaska.