Just over a year ago, Anchorage was not a hyper-partisan city to the average observer. A liberal or a conservative had plenty to complain about yet there was room for both. Then we had COVID. Then the leftist riots of summer 2020. Then the lockdowns and mask
On July 1, thousands of Anchorage residents are expected to celebrate the inauguration of Dave Bronson as the new mayor of Anchorage. It is right and fitting for conservatives take a moment to relish a hard-fought victory in a city that seemed to be firmly in
Dave Bronson will officially be sworn in as mayor of Anchorage at 8 a.m. on July 1 as required by city code. The ceremony will take place at the Marriott Anchorage Downtown Inn (820 W. 7th Avenue). This is a ticketed event with all proceeds going to
On cusp of being sworn in as the next mayor of Anchorage on July 1, Dave Bronson released a list of key administrative appointments who represent his commitment to conservative principles. According to the June 28 announcement, former Lt. Gov. Craig Campbell
In a stark contrast to his defeated opponent’s angry concession rant, Dave Bronson thanked Forrest Dunbar for a hard-fought campaign. “Tonight’s numbers solidify our lead in this race,” posted to Facebook following the latest vote count totals in
In a sign of the battles that lie ahead, far-left Forrest Dunbar conceded a hard-fought race to conservative Dave Bronson, who will become the next mayor of Anchorage. Not once did Dunbar congratulate his opponent. According to the latest vote tally from May
Dave Bronson has once again increased his lead over Forrest Dunbar in the latest tally of votes for who will become the next mayor of Anchorage. As of May 13, the conservative Bronson now leads his far-left liberal opponent by 627 votes – 40,810 to 40,183.
The second round of vote tallies were released, May 12, for the Anchorage mayoral runoff, showing conservative candidate Dave Bronson now with a slight edge over his far-left opponent Forrest Dunbar. On election night, Dunbar held a 114-vote lead, but that
Senate Circle, a well-heeled national organization that works to elect far leftist candidates across the nation, is operating behind the scenes to help Forrest Dunbar become mayor of Anchorage. While typically focused on electing Democrats to the U.S. Senate,
Sen. Dan Sullivan, Rep. Don Young, Gov. Mike Dunleavy and others are scheduled to be on hand for the May 6 “Get out the Vote” rally in Eagle River. The aim is to inspire area residents to turn in their ballots to elect Dave Bronson as the next mayor of
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