With one day left to vote, more than 177,000 Anchorage voters have not cast their ballots. As of April 5, only 43,434 ballots had been received by the municipal clerk’s office. The election closes at 8 p.m. tonight, April 6. The low voter turnout comes on
As I write this, the U.S. Senate is considering the nomination of one of the most pro-abortion candidates for Health and Human Services in history, Alex Becerra. Likely this week, the U.S. Congress will be voting on the mislabeled, Equality Act,
The Municipality of Anchorage has renewed its partnership with a left-leaning political activist group to inform voters about candidates and ballot initiatives in the upcoming April 6 mail-in election. The Anchorage Assembly approved the continued
Anchorage residents who aim to run for mayor or school board can officially file for office on Friday, Jan. 15. The April 6 election will include the selection of a new mayor, four school board members and various Service Area Board of Supervisor seats.
The Anchorage Assembly is considering an ordinance that would make a number of changes to the city’s vote-by-mail system, which has been in place since 2018. Submitted by Assembly members Pete Peterson and Suzanne LaFrance at the Dec. 22 Assembly meeting,
On Oct. 27, Anchorage Assembly members Crystal Kennedy, Jamie Allard, and Kameron Perez-Verdia introduced a Resolution (AR 2020-386), which called for a special election to replace resigned Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz. The resolution cited municipal
With most votes counted, it appears the Anchorage Assembly will retain its liberal bent, as will the Anchorage School Board. Additionally, it looks like nearly every bond package, save one, and a 5% alcohol tax increase were approved. Pot shops, however, will
More than a 150,000 Anchorage voters have yet to return their mail-in ballots for the municipal election which ends on April 7. The city sent 215,000 ballots to registered voters on March 17. As of Monday, April 6, just over 50,000 ballots had been returned.
Planned Parenthood sees Anchorage Assembly candidate Stephany Jeffers as a pro-abortion ally and has added her to a list of six candidates the abortion business hopes to see elected on the Anchorage Assembly and Anchorage School Board. Jessica Cler, Planned
Approximately 215,000 ballot packages were mailed to qualified Anchorage voters on March 17 and should arrive by Tuesday, March 24. Voters have until April 7 to return their marked ballots, but in light of the unfolding coronavirus situation residents are
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