Archive of: Alaska Politics

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Walker, Mallott combine tickets against Parnell September Issue 1 2014

Walker, Mallott combine tickets against Parnell

In a decision that shocked Alaska’s political world, independent governor candidate Bill Walker and Democrat candidate Byron Mallott joined forces in a self-proclaimed “unity” ticket against incumbent Republican Gov. Sean Parnell.

Begich campaign drops attack ad after family protests September Issue 1 2014

Begich campaign drops attack ad after family protests

JUNEAU — Television ads in Alaska’s U.S. Senate race have been pulled by the two major party candidates after complaints from the family of two slaying victims.

After tax vote, what should Alaskans watch for? August Issue 5 2014

After tax vote, what should Alaskans watch for?

With the divisive debate over oil taxes behind us, for now at least, what should Alaskans watch for? Getting new oil into the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is the most important thing. Alaskans should also closely watch how the new tax performs in terms of revenue.

August Issue 5 2014

Conservationists sue to stop Big Thorne project

A coalition of conservation groups filed suit against the U.S. Forest Service Aug. 22 in an effort to stop a large logging project in the Tongass National Forest.