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Channel 2 NewsThe American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska said since it created the Anchorage Voter Hotline Wednesday morning, it’s received dozens of calls from residents complaining about the ballot confusion. Many voters report waiting in line at their...
Channel 2 NewsAnchorage election officials’ preliminary review of less than half of local precincts has turned up about 3,000 questioned ballots and nearly 800 unscanned ballots, in the wake of widespread ballot shortagesin Tuesday’s municipal elections. A...
Channel 2 NewsThere seems to be little agreement among Anchorage Assembly members when it comes to how it should investigate this week's blunder during the Anchorage election, when dozens of polling places reported running out of ballots. Assembly Chair Debbie...
Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage Assembly rejected a resolution on a 7-4 vote Tuesday night to appoint a special counsel to investigate irregularities and ballot shortages during last week's city elections. Assembly members Paul Honeman, Elvi Gray-Jackson, Patrick Flynn...
Channel 2 NewsThe American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska said Thursday that it had requested numerous city records on last week’s troubled elections following widespread ballot shortages,while election workers counted about 1,800 unscanned ballots. Municipal...
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Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage Assembly spent Friday afternoon asking the city clerk's office and other election staff about how nearly half of Anchorage’s polling places ran out of ballots, causing some voters to be turned away to a different polling place during...
Channel 2 NewsIn more than 125 emails to city officials, some people are demanding that Anchorage Municipal Clerk Barbara Gruenstein be fired for her handling of the troubled April 3 city elections,according to Anchorage Assembly member Elvi Gray-Jackson. Nearly...
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Channel 2 NewsThe debate over the controversial Anchorage sidewalk sitting ban is not over yet: it could be reconsidered by the Anchorage Assembly. Assembly members passed the law a couple weeks ago, but that was before they heard a report from Channel 2 News that...
The Anchorage Assembly voted against taking another look at the controversial ordinance making it illegal to sit on downtown sidewalks. In a 6-to-5 vote, the assembly voted down the motion to recind the ordinance, that assemblyman Dick Traini had...
Channel 2 NewsThe American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska is suing the state to get medical records returned to nine patients. The Daily Sitka Sentinel (http://bit.ly/vB3zHU subscription required) reports the records were seized as part of a Medicare fraud...
The new sidewalk ordinance the Anchorage Assembly passed a week ago could be headed for its first challenge. When the law takes effect on December 22nd, it would make it illegal to sit or lie down on downtown sidewalks. The assembly voted 7-4 in favor...
It happens every day of the week in courtrooms all over Alaska. Today, in Judge Michael Spaan’s Anchorage courtroom, the applicant is a woman with curly black hair, a mother. The judge is hearing bail applications and arraignments. She’...
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