Monday, June 17, 2013
Alaska Election 2012
Assemblywoman Drummond Prepares to Head to State House
After her victory for the house seat, she wrapped up her campaign Wednesday, driving around her neighborhood and collecting the signs she put up.
Republicans Take Control of State Senate
It could have a bearing on reform of the oil production tax known as ACES.
French v. Bell Senate Race May Not Be Over
There's still one legislative race that has a small chance of changing, which would make the Republican edge in the Senate 14-to-6.
Alaska’s Future: Election 2012
With 59 of 60 legislative seats on the ballot, the future of oil production economics hangs on the election results
Many Suffering Campaign Fatigue As Election Draws Near
This is campaign season and the final push is on for your attention, your time and your vote.
Election 2012: Republican Congressman Don Young v. Democratic State Representative Sharon Cissna for U.S. House
While Young seemed to relish his combative image, Cissna talked repeatedly, although without specifics, about bringing people together.
In November, Voters Face Question of Whether to Rewrite State Constitution
The question is mandated by the Alaska Constitution itself every 10 years.
Voters Will Consider $453M Transportation Bond Package
Political attitudes may come and go in Alaska, but not much has been as consistently popular with the state’s voters as a transportation bond package.
Bell Vindicated in Musk Ox Horns Controversy
Based on an email from a state trooper, Bell acted according to regulations.
East Anchorage Senate Race Goes Negative
Now, it's down to bare-knuckled campaigning in the battle between Democratic Sen. Bill Wielechowski and former GOP Rep. Bob Roses.