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2 hrs ago | Reuters
Voting ended on Tuesday evening in an Alaska primary election that in part will decide whether to repeal or uphold a new law that cuts taxes on oil production and is worth up to $1 billion a year to companies such as Conoco Phillips, BP Plc and Exxon Mobil Corp. If voters repeal the eight-month-old tax reduction ushered in by Governor Sean Parnell, ... (more)
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14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Three Republican challengers have waged contentious campaigns in Alaska to take on U.S. Sen. Mark Begich in the fall.
The Primary Election is tomorrow, and the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate are scrambling for high profile endorsements.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is criticizing the flat-tax for the oil industry, which replaced her sliding-scale tax system.
It's a busy election season, and for Anchorage's bus system, that means booming business in the advertising department.
On Monday Parnell signed a resolution "recognizing, honoring, supporting, and encouraging support for dog mushing and dog mushers" in Alaska.
OPINION: When I cast my key Senate vote in favor of SB 21, I had to take a leap of faith.
OPINION: Alaskans must vote yes to repeal SB21 because Gov. Parnell and the majority have so badly failed to create a political consensus that the lack of public faith threatens the future of other projects important to the future of Alaska.
Gov. Sean Parnell signed Senate Bill 21, the More Alaska Production Act, into law during a special meeting of the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce at the Dena'ina Center on Tuesday, May 21, 2012.
Independent gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker greets Anchorage middle school students before a candidates forum at the Z.J. Loussac Public Library on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, in Anchorage.
As more and more jobs go overseas, our current energy boom provides a clear path to more domestic jobs and the realization of the American dream.
Republican incumbent Gov. Sean Parnell and Democratic challenger Byron Mallott only have token rivals in the primary and thus far have waged low-key campaigns.
On Tuesday, voters will decide which Republican candidate will face off against Mark Begich in a closely watched Senate primary.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 11:05 pm
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