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    Anchorage mayor’s dire COVID briefing contrasts governor’s video to be not afraid

    Three days after Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued an Oct. 6 video encouraging Alaskans that COVID is “not the deadly disease we once...

    Background on Alaska judges who are up for election

    On Nov. 3, Alaskans will vote to either retain or remove 22 judges from across the state. This is the only time...

    In defense of the Electoral College – Part 1

    When the U.S. Constitution was formulated in 1787, the choosing of a president was meant to be outside of the vagaries of...

    Alaska State House candidate Ron Gillham clarifies position on abortion

    Ron Gillham is running for State House in District 30 on the Kenai Peninsula, the seat last held by the late Rep....

    Conservative Kenai Mayor Charlie Pierce holds massive election night lead

    Conservative Kenai Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce took nearly 60% of the election day votes in his effort to win reelection. His closest...

    Wasilla mayoral race separated by 28 votes with more to be tallied

    As of election night, the race for Wasilla mayor had Doug Holler with a 28-vote lead over Glenda Ledford. Absentee ballots will...

    Liberals losing on election night in Palmer, but many ballots still left to count

    Palmer City Council Member Linda Combs earned the most votes on election day and held a narrow lead in her effort to...

    Conservatives run up solid election night leads in 7 of 8 Fairbanks races

    When polls closed in Fairbanks on Oct. 6, it looked like a conservative revolution was well underway. More than 2,500 absentee and...

    Alaska Family Action endorses conservative State House & Senate candidates

    A list of 25 endorsed or preferred conservative candidates for Alaska’s House and Senate seats has been released by Alaska Family Action...

    Judge rules against Alaska law that safeguards integrity of absentee votes

    An Anchorage judge has ruled against enforcing Alaska’s law that seeks to maintain the integrity of absentee voting by requiring the signature...

    Alaskans launch campaign to oust Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney

    Mounting displeasure with activist Alaska judges who wantonly legislate from the bench – gutting and striking down laws they deem distasteful –...

    Coming rallies & events: Open schools, support Trump, lawsuit against Anchorage Assembly

    The following events/rallies are scheduled over the next few days to address school closures in Anchorage, the Anchorage Assembly’s alleged violation of...

    Voter guides identify conservatives in Fairbanks, Mat-Su, Kenai and Sitka elections

    Elections that make the biggest impact on daily life are often the ones with the lowest voter turnout. Contests...

    Liberal Alaska politicians dodge party labels to sow confusion

    It’s become fashionable these days for left-leaning liberal Alaskan politicians to try and cast themselves as nonpartisan, unaffiliated or independent – anything...

    Conservative group issues endorsements for local Mat-Su races

    One of Alaska’s leading pro-life and pro-family advocacy groups is issuing endorsements for local contests in cities, boroughs and townships.

    Alaska joins grassroots effort urging senators to back Trump’s Supreme Court pick

    The Alaska branch of Americans For Prosperity is urging Sen. Lisa Murkowski to support President Trump’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court...

    Obama hails Alyse Galvin as ‘outstanding Democrat’

    Former President Barack Obama isn't helping Alyse Galvin's convince Alaskans that she is not a Democrat. Galvin is running...

    Alyse Galvin says she’ll caucus with Dems, backs abortion platform

    Alyse Galvin, who says she’s running as an independent in challenging Republican Don Young for his U.S. House seat, admitted that she...

    Watchman endorses conservatives for Fairbanks School Board elections

    This is it Fairbanks! You already pleaded with your school board members to reject the introduction of highly controversial...

    Wasilla mayoral candidates weigh in on hot-button social issues

    On Oct. 6, three candidates are vying to become the next mayor of Wasilla – Stu Graham, Glenda Ledford and Doug Holler.

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