Today at 4 p.m. Alaska’s Division of Elections will livestream its ranked-choice voting tabulation for the special general election to determine who won the contest to replace the late Congressman Don Young. While the race is far from over, hard-left
The memorial service for the late Congressman Don Young will be broadcast live from St. Francis Episcopal Church in Great Falls, VA. Young died on March 18 at the age of 88. He was the Dean of the House, having served in Congress for 49 years and 12 days, the
On March 29, a formal motorcade will transport the body of Congressman Don Young to the steps of the U.S. Capitol to lie in-state. Young died unexpectedly on March 18 while attempting to fly back to Alaska for a campaign event. The longest serving member of
A public memorial service will be held for Rep. Don Young who died at the age of 88 on March 18. The service will take place Saturday, April 2, at Anchorage Baptist Temple in Anchorage. The service begins at 11 a.m. The event will memorialize Young’s life
Following the unexpected death of Congressman Don Young on March 18, Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued a proclamation on March 23 declaring a vacancy and calling for a special election to choose someone to serve out the remaining months of Young’s term, which
We didn’t agree with every policy the late Dean of the U.S. House Don Young supported, but his continued efforts to establish personal relationships with his political opponents was admiral. In January of last year, Young rose on the House Floor to carry
Alaska leading political figures have issued the following statements after learning that U.S. Congressman Don Young had passed away on March 18 at the age of 88. He was the longest serving member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Dean of the
A total of 181 U.S. congressional lawmakers took time to sign a joint letter vowing to uphold the Hyde Amendment and other pro-life provisions in future spending bills. One prominent name not on the list was Dean of the House, Rep. Don Young. The Alaska
Women will not be forced to register for the military draft, after the final version of the annual defense policy bill passed the House on Dec. 7. A group of Republican lawmakers successfully removed the requirement which would have allowed the nation to
Alaska’s congressional delegation diverged when it came to voting on a bill that keeps the federal government funded through Feb. 18. The continuing resolution, which made it through Congress late Dec. 2, drew heated debate in both houses in the lead up to
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