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Sen. Stevens makes it official; he's in the race

...Alaskan Independence candidate and Leonard Karpinski is a Libertarian Party candidate. Sykes, who helped found the Green Party of Alaska in 1990, said Stevens is vulnerable because he's become a tool for large corporate interests, particularly...
Alaska editorial: It's time to change primary system

This editorial appeared in Friday's (Kenai) Peninsula Clarion:
Primary protest: Two parties sue to block new closed-ballot system

Green and Republican Moderate party officials filed a lawsuit today in an attempt to throw out the closed-primary system that irked so many voters on election day.
Green candidate to be on ballot

The Green Party of Alaska will be able to put its new candidate for governor on the Nov. 5 general election ballot.
Green Party fills out its candidates slate

The Green Party of Alaska announced today its selection of candidates for the governor and lieutenant governor's races, following the withdrawal of Green Party gubernatorial candidate Desa Jacobsson last month.
Alaska could have twice the absentee voters it had in 2000 election

More than 60,000 absentee ballot applications have been turned in to the Division of Elections so far, and Alaska could have twice the absentee voters it did in the 2000 presidential election, division director Laura Glaiser said.
Alaska's Green Party wins access to '04 ballot

ANCHORAGE - The Green Party of Alaska has won a temporary court order guaranteeing its candidates space on statewide ballots next year.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Asking voters to rank political candidates by preference, rather than selecting a single person, is being proposed by a legislator who says the current system elects too many politicians who don't get a majority of votes.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Young faced no challengers in the GOP primary. Greene won his party's primary with 33 percent of the open ballot vote, beating out fellow Democrats Dae Miles of Fairbanks and Frank Vondersaar of Homer.
Proposed coal-fired power plant in Mat-Su draws protest

Hit the switch and the lights go on. That simple act is such a habit that few think about where their power comes from.


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