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    Joel Davidson

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    Alaska Independence Party convention makes pitch for disaffected voters

    Party leaders and candidates from the Alaska Independence Party (AIP) met in Wasilla on Oct. 17 for the organization’s first statewide convention...

    Early voting begins today across Alaska

    Alaskans in Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Wasilla, Palmer and Nome can begin early in-person voting beginning Oct. 19. This lasts until Oct. 29.

    Anchorage Assembly chooses ‘acting mayor’ to replace Berkowitz

    Anchorage Assemblywoman Austin Quinn-Davidson will become the acting mayor of Anchorage on Oct. 23 when Mayor Ethan Berkowitz officially resigns from office.

    Fairbanks considers ‘mandatory diversity’ training for all school employees

    The Fairbanks School Board’s Diversity Committee is recommending that all school district employees be subject to mandatory training in diversity, equity and...

    Alaska’s largest annual gun show set for Oct. 24 in Palmer

    Alaskans who support the constitutional right to keep and bear arms, shooting sports, hunting, gun collecting, and historical firearms are gathering in...

    Fairbanks pro-life students rallying to urge Murkowski to back Judge Amy Barrett

    Pro-life students in Fairbanks are hoping to encourage U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski into supporting President Trump’s nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court.

    Conservative edge: Sullivan, Young & Trump all ahead in latest Alaska poll

    Despite the millions of dollars that Democrats and far-left activist groups are pouring into Alaska during the current election season, Republican candidates...

    Controversial AK Supreme Court justice given stage at AFN 18 days before her election

    Beleaguered Alaska Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney is being highlighted at this year’s Alaska Federation of Natives just two and a half...

    Gov. Dunleavy speaks out against Mayor Berkowitz’s oppressive mandates

    Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy took to the radio on Oct. 15 to publicly criticize how Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz has dealt with...

    Mat-Su conservatives to hold rally during feminist march on Saturday

    A group of Mat-Su feminists who are set to march through Palmer on Oct. 17 will likely meet a group of MAGA-hat-wearing...

    Anchorage to begin process of replacing Mayor Berkowitz

    The Anchorage Assembly will hold a special meeting on Oct. 16 at 5 p.m. to address the aftermath of Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s...

    VIDEO: Anchorage Assembly chair loses control of meeting

    Anchorage Assembly Chair Felix Rivera lost control of the Oct. 13 meeting when he cut off audience participation and the ability for...

    Anchorage Mayor Berkowitz resigns amid public scandal

    One day after admitting to an inappropriate messaging relationship with local television reporter Maria Athens, Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz announced that he...

    Alaska Supreme Court throws out absentee signature verification law

    The Alaska Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling against Alaska’s law that seeks to maintain the integrity of absentee voting...

    New study exposes alarming impact of ranked-choice voting

    On Nov. 3, Alaskans will vote on whether to fundamentally alter how elections are conducted. In an effort to inform Alaskans about...

    Berkowitz engaged in ‘distasteful’ and ‘inappropriate relationship,’ Assembly chair says

    Anchorage Assembly Chair Felix Rivera just released a statement confirming that Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz has engaged in an “inappropriate relationship with...

    Juneau using $300,000 in CARES Act funds to pay for COVID inspired art

    The Juneau Assembly has set aside $300,000 in CARES Act funding to commission COVID-19 inspired artwork. The CARES Act is intended to...

    Berkowitz wants Anchorage Assembly to extend his emergency powers to year’s end

    Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz wants a fifth extension of his broad emergency powers to impose COVID-19 mandates on Anchorage residents.

    Sen. Sullivan puts Al Gross on defense over millions in outside donations from liberal groups

    Sen. Dan Sullivan and challenger Al Gross squared off in their first debate on Oct. 10. Hosted by by ComFish Alaska and...

    Conservatives must concede no corner of Alaska in Nov. 3 elections

    If last week’s local elections for city councils, school boards and borough assemblies are any indication, it appears that conservative Alaskans may...

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