The group spearheading an effort to repeal Alaska’s controversial ranked-choice voting system, has officially filed the required 100 signatures with the Division of Elections in the initial step to get the ballot measure on the 2024 general election ballot.
While the general election vote count is still winding down, it’s not too early for conservative Alaskans to begin calling on both the Alaska Republican Party and individual lawmakers to make a strong push to pass election reforms in the upcoming
A new group has formed to repeal Alaska’s controversial ranked-choice voting scheme. The goal is to return back to the traditional election system with party primaries and no ranking of multiple candidates on the general ballot. Ranked choice voting
The day after Alaska held its first-ever ranked-choice vote general election, a petition against the controversial voting system was launched to do away with the scheme. Posted on Nov. 9, the petition has garnered nearly 2,000 signatures in its first week.
In an effort to promote fair and legal elections, the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) released a report showing that a total of 516 U.S. elections have ended in ties, including one from Alaska. “403 tied elections occurred with the 2022 election
The plan for those who don’t subscribe to the ever-changing ideological orthodoxy of the Left hasn’t changed much since the days of Lenin. To dissent from its core dogmas is to lose your place in society. And because that orthodoxy is ever evolving, no
Roughly 50 people packed a standing room only Anchorage courtroom on Oct. 25 in a show of support for Wasilla State Rep. David Eastman. Another 10 people stood outside during a preliminary hearing in a case that seeks to disqualify the three-term state
A group of concerned Alaskan voters plan to peacefully rally outside Anchorage’s Nesbett Courthouse (825 W. 4th Ave.) on Tuesday, Oct. 25, to protest the ongoing attempt to disqualify State Rep. David Eastman (R-Wasilla) from being able to hold public
Republicans in Fairbanks say the borough clerk has imposed unlawful rules which effectively deny them any meaningful ability to oversee the verification of absentee and questioned ballots. Barbara Tyndall, District 33 chair for the Republican Party, said she
Dominion voting machines have been banned from all Mat-Su Borough elections, starting next year. In a 6-1 vote on Oct. 4, the Mat-Su Borough Assembly eliminated any and all voting machines from local elections, and mandated that all tabulation happen via
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