Gov. Dunleavy and the shootout at the O.K. Corral
As the story goes, when the wagon train master saw the enemy on the horizon, they circled the wagons, loaded their weapons, and fired inwards while the enemy stood outside and watched their self-destruction. On Dec. 3, 2018, Mike Dunleavy was sworn in as
Recall Dunleavy effort languishes: Still 30,000 signatures short
The attempt to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy has fizzled in the wake of COVID-19. Since its last report in May, the governor’s opponents have added just 7,200 signatures, and still need 30,000 more to reach the 71,252 needed in order to take the issue to
Recall Dunleavy activists mail out 20,000 petition booklets
The effort to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy sprung back into action following the Alaska Supreme Court ruling on May 8 which dismissed state challenges over the legal grounds cited for removing Alaska’s governor. The recall effort has been severely curtailed
High court says recall effort against Dunleavy can proceed
The effort to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy from office may proceed after the Alaska Supreme Court ruled 4-1 on May 8 that grounds for the potential recall election were sufficient. Chief Justice Joel Bolger did not take part in the State Division of Elections v.
Recall Alaska’s judges? Yes!
We’re in the midst of a pandemic, our economy is in turmoil, and Gov. Mike Dunleavy and many other state officials are working around the clock in crisis-management mode. No matter: while the bombs are falling, the Alaska Supreme Court held a March 25
Alaska Supreme Court to hear Dunleavy recall case today at 1:30 p.m.
The Alaska Supreme Court will hear oral arguments at 1:30 p.m. today (March 25) on the merits of the recall campaign against Gov. Mike Dunleavy. Proceedings will be in Anchorage’s Boney Courthouse. Chief Justice Joel Bolger will sit this case out, having
Dunleavy asks allies to suspend anti-recall effort to focus on fighting virus
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has asked his political supporters to suspend all anti-recall campaign efforts until further notice. Despite an organized and ongoing attempt from left-leaning groups such as Planned Parenthood to remove him from office, the governor wants
Alaska’s chief justice steps down from case to recall governor
Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Joel Bolger has admitted to having made statements that may cause a “reasonable person” to wonder whether he could impartially rule on the merits of a case to recall Gov. Mike Dunleavy from office. On March 2,