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Channel 2 NewsA state election official says it appears someone registered to vote in Alaska and another state cast ballots in both states during the November election. Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai says the matter has been sent to the criminal...
Channel 2 NewsA state elections official has seen no confirmed incidents of voters voting in more than one state during the last election. Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell's office last month said a review of voter rolls in more than 20 states showed more than 25,000 Alaska...
The Associated PressA state elections official is calling on Sen. Mark Begich to correct statements he made about access to voting in Alaska. Begich, in a speech to state lawmakers Monday, said he was concerned about recent trends in Alaska making voting more difficult,...
Channel 2 NewsLocal candidate campaigning is getting fierce with less than three days until the state election. Democrats and Republicans are upset about how each opposing party is receiving funding. It all has to do with political action committees, which are also...
Channel 2 NewsUpdate: The Alaska Primary Election results that were reported Tuesday night remained nearly unchanged after the state Division of Elections released an update early Wednesday morning. The latest update said 98 percent of precincts reported results as of...
Voters in Alaska have until 11:59 p.m. to register to vote in the primary elections. Offices around the state are open from noon until 4 p.m. today to assist people in updating their voter information, including party affiliation. People can also...
Channel 2 NewsSitka residents won't have any problem remembering where to vote this year. Local and state election officials say all Sitka residents will vote at Centennial Hall. The Daily Sitka Sentinel reports (http://is.gd/0mI1Hl) the city's four voting...
A lawsuit has been filed over Alaska’s redistricting plan by a group of Alaska Natives, who are suing to keep state election officials from implementing a redistricting plan until that plan wins U.S. Justice Department approval. The plaintiffs,...
A federal judge in Anchorage is considering whether to temporarily bar state election officials from implementing a new redistricting plan. U.S. District Judge Sharon Gleason heard oral arguments Thursday morning in a lawsuit. The plaintiffs say the...
Channel 2 NewsThe State of Alaska is opposing a lawsuit filed by Alaska Natives that seeks to stop the use of an interim redistricting plan in this year’s elections -- as well as what the state calls the federal government’s authority to control them....
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Channel 2 NewsDon Smith, a Republican who is running for the Alaska State Senate's District H seat in Anchorage, must pay a $370 fine for violating state election law. The Alaska Public Offices Commission, in its investigation said Smith, a seasoned politician, should...
Tags: Elections, Fines, Punishment, Republican Party, Politics
If a ballot initiative, aimed at giving Alaska's coastal communities a say in their resource management, eventually becomes law, Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell, R-Alaska, says it would cost the state about $5.4 million every year. “We feel fairly...
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