Anchorage Assembly candidate Liz Vazquez asked the Anchorage Assembly to deny certifying the results of the city’s April 5 election due to violations of city election laws and voter suppression. She is one of three conservative Assembly candidates who lost
The candidate I supported in the Anchorage election – the candidate for whom I volunteered and for whom I voted, Stephanie Taylor, is behind to incumbent Anchorage Assemblyman Forrest Dunbar as I write this. A similar story is playing out in other
If election day totals hold, the Anchorage Assembly will remain firmly controlled by the radical leftists who imposed Covid mandates, shut down churches, limited religious liberties and personal freedoms, pushed LGBTQ politics and bungled homelessness.
On March 23, the Anchorage Assembly will hold a special meeting to establish a date on which the city will hold a special election to choose a 12th Assembly member. Currently there are 11 Assembly members, but voters approved adding a 12th back in April of
Anchorage has launched a new ballot tracking system for the upcoming April 5 election when residents will vote on five Assembly and three school board seats. The election is a vote-at-home election where voters will be mailed a ballot package at least 21 days
Municipal Clerk Barbara Jones wants to change the way the city conducts its elections. She was angered during the mayoral race this past spring, claiming in a report to the Anchorage Assembly that there were too many election observers who slowed down the
With vote counting now over, the Anchorage’s far left can breathe a sigh of relief after narrowly winning all four school board races and retaining arguably the most radical assemblyman the city has ever seen. A total of 75,365 Anchorage resident voted in
The latest vote totals in the recent Anchorage election shows conservative mayoral candidate Dave Bronson increasing his narrow lead over hard-leftist Forrest Dunbar. Vote totals released on April 10 show Bronson with 19,334 votes to 18,812 for Dunbar.
From oddly marked ballots and disappointing voter turnout, to election integrity and political friendly fire, there is a lot to glean from Anchorage’s most recent citywide election. Here’s some of what I’ve learned. ODDLY MARKED BALLOTS City Clerk
Anchorage Municipal Clerk Barbara Jones offered an explanation as to why the vote count has taken longer than expected in this year’s city elections. An April 7 email detailed some of the challenges facing the municipal election team, including strange
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