Will State Sen. David Wilson face his constituents after being censured by Mat-Su GOP leaders?
Tonight, is a big moment for Alaska State Sen. David Wilson (R-Wasilla). He’s been invited to a 7 p.m. townhall meeting with his fellow Mat-Su legislators to address the voters he claims to represent. Wilson, as was reported by the Alaska Watchman, was
Alaska’s turncoat Senate Republicans ensure conservative ideas are dead on arrival
The eight Alaska Republicans who joined nine Democrats in the Alaska Senate to form a left-of-center ruling coalition have all but ensured that any meaningful conservative ideas will be swiftly sidelined in the upcoming legislative session. The presumptive
Alaska’s Republican brand is dead
What does it mean when Alaskan politicians say they are Republican? It used to indicate they’d fight for lower taxes, reduced spending, the life of the unborn, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, the PFD, resource development, election
Your chance to shape the direction of Alaska’s Republican Party
In just two weeks Alaskans can begin weighing in on the mission, core values and platform priorities of Alaska’s Republican Party. In gearing up for the 2020 campaign season, local legislative districts will start conducting district conventions next month.