GOP’s Lisa Murkowski wins reelection in Alaska Senate race – Associated Press

Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski has won reelection, defeating Donald Trump-endorsed GOP rival Kelly Tshibaka. Murkowski beat Tshibaka in the Nov. 8 ranked choice election. The results were announced Wednesday, when elections officials tabulated the ranked choice results after neither candidate won more than 50% of first-choice votes. Murkowski wound up with 54% of

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Opinion: Election Good, Bad and Ugly – John Stossel

The Good: We have divided government. Since Democrats no longer control Congress, they can’t bankrupt America quite so fast! The Bad: Prediction markets, which I touted as the best guide to elections, didn’t do so well. Yes, they correctly said Republicans would take the House, but they’d also predicted Republicans would take the Senate. Polls


Opinion: Ranked Choice Voting in Alaska Explained – Inside Sources

Change, even when positive, often comes hard in America. But with patience and an effort to learn, change can be explained. And over time, Americans, the most resilient and adaptable people in the world, have come to embrace and accept change.  So, with that in mind, here are the facts about Ranked Choice Voting in


Alaskans pocket over $3,000 in annual oil-wealth payments – Associated Press

Photo: Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks to reporters during a news conference at the state Capitol on April 28, 2022, in Juneau, Alaska Nearly every single Alaskan got a financial windfall amounting to more than $3,000 Tuesday, the day the state began distributing payments from Alaska’s investment fund that has been seeded with money from


Alaska dividend, energy check payout will be $3,284 – Associated Press

Alaska residents will receive $3,284 as part of a combined payout that includes the annual dividend from the state’s oil-wealth fund and a special energy relief payment. The amount was announced during a livestream broadcast on Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s Facebook page Thursday. Prior estimates indicated the combined payout would be around $3,200. There is a


Palin, Begich, Gross advance in Alaska US House race – Associated Press

Photo: Nick Begich, a Republican seeking the sole U.S. House seat in Alaska, speaks during a forum for candidates Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, Republican Nick Begich and independent Al Gross have advanced to the August special election for the state’s only U.S. House seat. Palin and Begich, both Republicans, and Gross, an orthopedic surgeon,

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