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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Paul Seaton: Nonpartisan in Democrat primary

Rep. Paul Seaton of Homer is headed home to the Democratic Party. He filed today as nonpartisan to run in Democratic Primary for House...

Walker’s latest campaign ad? Not football after all

Beat-up jerseys. Battered football helmets and cleats. Black-and-white images, and the sound of a tough game and then static for seconds on end. The...

Who’s filed: Tattoo artist in Fairbanks, homemaker in Juneau, Rauscher in District 9 Valley

George Rauscher filed for District 9 House, the seat he now serves in. On Tuesday, Must Read Alaska culled information from the latest string of candidates...

Dead man Walker. Begich circles. Treadwell in? Chenault out.

WHITE-KNUCKLE GAME OF CHICKEN BETWEEN BEGICH AND THE GOVERNOR The most powerful politician in Alaska today is not Gov. Bill Walker, but Mark Begich. So powerful,...

Alaskans weigh in on ANWR oil development

IT'S ALL IMPORTANT, FEDS HEAR FROM ALASKANS Wilderness is important. The Gwich'in people are important. The Inupiaq people are important. Caribou, indoor plumbing, whales, jobs,...

Another punk, another three cop cars trashed

SIX POLICE CARS IN SEVEN DAYS RAMMED Just before 1 am on Memorial Day, Michael R. A. Pope was said to be standing with a...

Who’s filed? Jim Crawford for Senate, and more

The State Division of Elections has been a hopping place today. Some of the recent filings listed here were expected, others not so much. Among...

‘Integrity’ ballot group operates with all-Outside money

Reps. Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins and Jason Grenn, of Alaskans for Integrity. EXTENSIVE FLOUTING OF ALASKA CAMPAIGN TRANSPARENCY LAWS "Alaskans for Integrity" may be run by a group...

League of Women Voters asks state to adopt mail-in ballot

The Division of Elections working group, during one of its first meetings in May, 2017. STATE ELECTION POLICY WORKING GROUP TO CONSIDER PROPOSAL FROM ONE...

Permanent Fund investments gained 8.86 percent

TRUSTEES HEAR PITCHES ON ENVIRONMENTAL INVESTING The Alaska Permanent Fund’s investments gained 8.86 percent through the third quarter of fiscal year 2018. The fund ended March...

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