In the lead up to the Oct. 4 elections in Fairbanks, Alaska Family Action has released its “Values Voter Guide” to help identify candidates who support traditional family values. The guide covers races for Fairbanks City mayor, Fairbanks City Council,
GUEST COLUMN BY JON & RUTH EWIG Whether we have young children or teens in homeschool, private or public school we need to fulfill our duty as American citizens to participate in voting at the local community as well as state and national levels.
Many Alaska communities are holding local elections on Oct. 5. Most are already underway thanks to mail in balloting. We published our candidate survey results for Mat-Su, Juneau, Kenai and Fairbanks. Click on the above links to read the results. They
Fairbanks conservatives surged to victory in 2020 with seven of eight races going their way. In an effort to build on this momentum and elect even more strong pro-life and pro-family candidates in Fairbanks, Alaska Family Action has released its latest Values
There’s a lot happening on the local political front over the next few days and weeks, and it is imperative that conservative minded Alaskans mobilize and take decisive action. Tonight, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m., the Anchorage Assembly is holding round two of a
The Alaska Watchman sent a list of hard-hitting questions to all candidates running for local office in Fairbanks, including borough mayor, assembly, school board and city council. Our intent is to give voters a clear sense of who the socially and fiscally
Ten candidates running for borough or city offices in Fairbanks this October participated in a recent online forum where they shared views on LGBTQ issues, community-run police oversight boards and climate change, among other issues. Hosted by the UAF Nanook
The Fairbanks North Star Borough will consider an ordinance at its April 22 meeting, which looks to approve the controversial ranked choice voting system, similar to what the State of Alaska will use for the first time in the next statewide primary election
When polls closed in Fairbanks on Oct. 6, it looked like a conservative revolution was well underway. More than 2,500 absentee and questioned ballots still need to be tallied for the Fairbanks Borough, which begins today and ends Oct. 13. As of election
Elections that make the biggest impact on daily life are often the ones with the lowest voter turnout. Contests for school board, borough assembly and city council don’t generate the advertising budgets, radio and television ads and roadside signs of
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