Every vote counts: Mystery ballot could decide Alaska race

Control of Alaska state government, at least for the next two years, could hinge on a mystery ballot that an election worker found on a table in a Fairbanks vot
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Mystery ballot could sway control of Alaska state government

Control of Alaska state government, at least for the next two years, could hinge on a mystery ballot that an election worker found on a table in a Fairbanks vot
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The Latest: Attorney wants 2 ballots included in Alaska race

An attorney wants election officials to count two ballots for the Democrat in a tied Alaska state House race
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Appeals court ruling mixed on Alaska campaign finance laws

A divided federal appeals court panel finds Alaska's cap on total contributions that candidates can receive from nonresidents is unconstitutional
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Uncounted ballot investigated in tied Alaska House race

State election officials are trying to determine whether a ballot apparently marked for Democrat Kathryn Dodge in a tied state House race should be counted
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Alaska Senate majority expanding finance committee

The Alaska Senate's Republican majority says it won't automatically boot from the caucus any members who fail to vote for the budget
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Dunleavy announces environmental, health commissioners

Alaska Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy's pick to lead the Department of Environmental Conservation has a resource development background
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Caretaker helps repatriate remains of Alaska Native children

Cemetery caretaker helps repatriate remains of Alaska Native children
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Alaska House control fate remains unsettled with race tied

A state House race that will determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the chamber could be headed for a recount
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Alaska Gov. Bill Walker reflects on rocky tenure, his legacy

Gov. Bill Walker stands by his decision to reduce the check Alaskans receive from the state's oil-wealth fund in the midst of a budget deficit
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Key Alaska House race tied, though ballot review continues

The race for an Alaska House seat that will decide control of the chamber was tied Wednesday, though ballots remained to be audited by a review board
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The Latest: Race for key Alaska House seat tied

The race for an Alaska House seat that will decide control of the chamber is tied.
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Ballot counting nears end with Alaska House race close

Alaska election officials plan to count any remaining ballots from this month's election, with the outcome of a state House race being closely watched
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Dunleavy picks MacKinnon for transportation commissioner

Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy has named the outgoing executive director of the Associated General Contractors of Alaska as his transportation commissioner
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State says about 800 employees got resignation requests

A tally released by the state of Alaska shows about 800 employees received notifications asking them to submit their resignations and indicate if they wish to w
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Walker: Dunleavy resignation requests creating anxiety

Gov. Bill Walker says Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy's request for resignations from a swath of state employees is "creating anxiety and uncertainty" for workers in n
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The Latest: Democrat questions Dunleavy resignation requests

A leading Democrat in the Alaska Senate is questioning Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy's request that at-will state employees resign and reapply for their positions
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The Latest: AG seeks to calm fears over resignation requests

Alaska's attorney general says she would be "greatly surprised" if the Department of Law looks significantly different after Gov.-elect Mike Dunleavy's administ
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Republicans pick Giessel as new Alaska Senate president

Republicans have maintained control of the Alaska Senate and chose Sen. Cathy Giessel of Anchorage to be the new president of the chamber
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Republican pick Giessel as new Alaska Senate President

Republicans say they have maintained control of the Alaska Senate and chosen Anchorage Sen. Cathy Giessel to be the new Senate president
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Tlingit language changing as new words coined for modern era

The Tlingit language is still changing, as new words are coined for the modern, technological age
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Department seeks to adapt amid climate change in Alaska

The state transportation department is changing how it maintains roads in Alaska as the state feels the effects of climate change
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Alaska's governor-elect to be sworn in above Arctic Circle

Alaska's newly elected governor will be sworn in above the Arctic Circle, marking a first for the state
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Kawasaki appears to upset Kelly in Alaska Senate race

Republican Alaska Senate President Pete Kelly appears to have lost his re-election bid but left open the option of a recount
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