Alaska’s Division of Elections counted nearly 71,000 absentee and early votes on Nov. 10. The new counts heavily favor Democrats in the State Legislature who have taken leads in several races they trailed on election day. On the national front, President
In initial returns on election night, U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young hold solid leads over their challengers, nearly doubling their opponents’ vote totals. With nearly 82% of precincts reporting Sullivan held a nearly 54,000 vote lead over
Endorsements by pro-abortion activists keep rolling in for Al Gross and Alyse Galvin who are running for U.S. Senate and U.S. House respectively. Last week the two Democratic nominees picked up the endorsement of the far-left Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition, a
Despite the millions of dollars that Democrats and far-left activist groups are pouring into Alaska during the current election season, Republican candidates are leading, according to a recent national poll. Conducted by The New York Times and Siena College
It’s become fashionable these days for left-leaning liberal Alaskan politicians to try and cast themselves as nonpartisan, unaffiliated or independent – anything to get away from the dreaded “Democratic” label. If you think about it, this makes sense
Democrats are pulling out all stops in an effort to raise funds for Al Gross in his attempt to unseat Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan in November. Failed Democratic Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg is set to take part in a virtual fundraiser on Sept. 14
The first debate between U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan and challenger Al Gross will take place later this month in Kodiak. According to a report from SitNews in Ketchikan, details are still being finalized, but the debate will likely take place on September 17 or
Sen. Dan Sullivan addressed a host of hot-button social issues during a recent campaign stop on Sept. 6. Speaking before about 40 guests during a Sunday breakfast in a Wasilla area home, Sullivan fielded questions from the audience. In addition to addressing
A recent survey by Public Policy Polling indicates that U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan is in a tight battle against challenger Al Gross. According to the late-August poll the contest is dead even with each having exactly 43% support. The Survey was conducted Aug.
According to a report from the Washington Free Beacon, U.S. Senate Candidate Al Gross has revealed to prominent Democratic donors that his status as an independent is more practical than substantial. Gross is challenging pro-life Republican U.S. Senator Dan
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