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U.S. Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich joined panelists at the Kenai River Classic Roundtable in a discussion about recreational fishing and the reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act Aug. 22 at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex.
Gov. Rick Perry's road to the White House in 2012 was supposed to run through South Carolina.
Judging by candidates' ads, the hottest issue in House and Senate midterm elections this year is easily care for America's veterans.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, of Nevada, addresses participants at the 18th Annual Lake Tahoe Summit, Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
The prelude music to the first Senate debate of the season was a Bach cantata commonly played at weddings.
We're back with another look at the Daily Kos Elections Poll Explorer. If you missed our debut on Monday, Daily Kos Elections, in collaboration with Drew Linzer, has developed a model that looks at the odds on whether or not the Democrats can maintain control of the Senate, and also whether they can gain gubernatorial seats.
Though Native American and Alaska Native communities are often overlooked in electoral politics, their votes could decide the outcome of three close congressional contests this November.
Alaska Libertarians say their party's U.S. Senate nominee, Thom Walker, has pulled out of the race, and they've selected a nominee to take his place as soon as state elections officials allow.
The administration is in talks at the United Nations about a deal that would seek to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by "naming and shaming" governments that fail to take significant action.
Both political parties are in a state of high anxiety over the possibility that President Obama will allow millions of illegal immigrants to remain in the country, fearing that White House action on the issue could change the course of November's midterm elections.
Three incumbent Senate Democrats have one thing in common. They greatly benefit because they enjoy the distinct political asset of a "good name."
In a hard fought midterm election campaign that hinges heavily on galvanizing the party's political base, Democrats have found a potent weapon in one lowly freshman senator.
The summer has been a difficult one for Democrats hoping to hold on to their majority in the U.S. Senate this fall.
We've all heard the question. It's the essential Alaska query that goes back at least to Gold Rush days and probably longer.
One surprise in the primary election results showed Joe Miller as the favored Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Homer, as well as all other District 31 precincts including Ninilchik, Kasilof and Anchor River.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 09:23 am
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