Candidates in Monetary Race in Final Push Before Election Night

Libby Casey, APRN – Washington DC In the race for U.S. Senate, Joe Miller raised more money in August and September than his two...

Petersburg Will Weigh In On New Legislative Boundaries

Alaska’s redistricting board will be hearing from Petersburg again as it puts together a new plan for the state’s legislative boundaries. The Petersburg City Council voted this week to re-submit a proposal that it remain in a district with Sitka instead of being bundled with the much larger city of Juneau.

Senate F Race Pits Valley Educator Against Seasoned Legislator

A new District.. Senate F.. was created with last year's state redistricting plan, and now two candidates with solid ties to the the area want to represent it in Juneau. Download Audio

Johansen’s Answers Haven’t Alleviated Concerns

Maria Dudzak, KRBD – Ketchikan Tuesday night, Ketchikan constituents wanted answers from their representative Republican Kyle Johansen about his reasons for stepping ...

Fairbanks to Stay Involved in Redistricting Case

The legal saga involving the Fairbanks North Star Borough’s involvement in the case challenging the state’s new redistricting plan continues. Thursday, State Superior Court Judge Michael McConahy allowed the borough to drop its claim in the multi party challenge.

Bryce Edgmon Will Represent House District 36

Nearly 98-percent of the vote is in and Bryce Edgmon from Dillingham has won another term in the Alaska House of Representatives. He will represent the newly redrawn District 36.

Southeast Voters Return 4 Incumbents To Office, 1 Race Too Close To Call

Southeast Alaska voters on Tuesday returned four incumbents to the state Legislature, but the fifth race is far too close to call.

Assembly Chair Refuses Call for Outside Election Investigator

Voters are still waiting to find out why there was a shortage of ballots during the April 3rd Anchorage Municipal Election. The Assembly has...

Murkowski Compiling Top Legal Team for Write-In Count

Ellen Lockyer, KSKA - Anchorage The Lieutenant Governor announced yesterday that he's moving up the date for beginning to examine write-in ballots from Tuesday's election. ...

Only 828 Ballots Rejected in Write-In Count So Far

Dave Donaldson, APRN – Juneau The latest results from the Division of Elections this afternoon show Lisa Murkowski is now getting – without any...
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A political consultant’s work was scrutinized amid Anchorage voter fraud allegations. Now he’s dead.

Charlie Chang worked with Anchorage Republican Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, whose district includes parts of the Muldoon neighborhood and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. Listen now

Candidates Compete for Six Assembly Seats

Candidates are competing for six seats on the Anchorage Assembly. The Assembly has been deeply divided this past year and faced many challenges – a controversial labor law, a rewrite of Title 21, and a troubled port project, to name a few. And the challenges will continue in 2014. Download Audio

Campaign finance enforcers fine Republican Governors Association and Dunleavy support group

The commission said the violation occurred when the RGA reserved TV time for political advertisements without registering with the state. Listen now

Alaska Dispatch Editor Detained, Accused of Trespassing

Lori Townsend, APRN – Anchorage Yesterday an Anchorage gathering at Central Middle school that was characterized as a public town hall meeting with...

Debate Over Prop Five Heats Up

The debate around Proposition Five in Anchorage is starting to heat up. The proposition- on the April municipal ballot- would provide legal protections against discrimination to gay, lesbian and transgender people. Last month, the anti-prop five group 'Protect Your Rights' launched a website called protectanchorage.org. On the website, the organizer of that group, and the head of the Alaska Family Council, Jim Minnery, quoted openly gay Anchorage Daily News Columnist, Julia O'Malley, to make the point that the kind of discrimination that prop five would prevent does not exist in in Anchorage.

Tensions show in Young-Galvin debate, and not just between the candidates

Testy moments punctuated the debate when Rep. Don Young and challenger Alyse Galvin faced off. Listen now

AK Independence Party Says No to Walker

Ellen Lockyer, KSKA - Anchorage The Alaskan Independence Party has selected Michigan Militia founder Norm Olson as its candidate for lieutenant governor. But AIP leaders say...
Alyse Galvin talks to Lori Townsend during Alaska Insight

Alyse Galvin is taking on Alaska’s longtime congressman. Here’s why she thinks she’ll win | Alaska Insight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHEHyiFpU00 We continue our coverage of the Congressional candidates for the upcoming November election with U.S. House...

In U.S. House race, both claim labor’s love

Congressman Don Young and his Democratic challenger, Steve Lindbeck, both say they've got strong support from organized labor. Listen Now

Murkowski Concedes Senate Primary Race

Dave Donaldson, APRN - Juneau Senator Lisa Murkowski last night conceded her re-election bid.   In a hastily called press conference after many of the state’s...