Just 18 months after conservative voters turned out in larger than typical numbers to oust three hard-left Palmer City Council members in April of 2022, progressives have now managed to oust one conservative in last week’s Oct. 3 city
Brian Endle, who is running for Mat-Su Borough Assembly, is on a mission to ensure that all votes in Mat-Su Borough elections are hand counted. He’s part of an coalition of concerned citizens who want to do away with Dominion voting machines for all borough
The Mat-Su Borough has a packed special election set for July 12 when residents will decide on term limits for elected officials, tax reductions for seniors and veterans, and a proposed redistricting map. On election day, residents can vote in person at
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
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
In an effort to clearly identify the strongest conservative candidates for local office in the Mat-Su, the Alaska Watchman sent a survey to everyone running for seats in Palmer, Wasilla and the Mat-Su Borough. Our survey focused on some of the most important
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