BLM sets Dec. 12 lease sale in Alaska petroleum reserve
The Bureau of Land Management plans to sell oil and gas leases on 254 tracts of National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska lands on Dec. 12, almost a month after the state of Alaska is scheduled to hold its annual land auction on the North Slope.
Republican Dunleavy wins governor's race; Don Young hangs on
Alaska's GOP base came out in force yesterday, electing Republican Mike Dunleavy as governor and giving incumbent Republican Don Young a 24th term as the state's at-large member of Congress.
Don Young opponent hopes Alaskans are ready for switch
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Since Rep. Don Young (R) first took office in 1973, the Alaska Democratic Party has thrown almost two dozen challengers into the ring against the incumbent. Independent candidate Alyse Galvin insists she's different from the other contenders.
Don Young opponent hopes voters are ready for change
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — On a sunny, crisp day in late October, a crowd of Alyse Galvin supporters gathered at Cuddy Family Midtown Park to listen to music and talk about Galvin's campaign for Alaska's at-large seat for Congress.
Alaska's Don Young falls behind in latest poll
Alaska independent candidate Alyse Galvin inched ahead of incumbent Rep. Don Young (R) by 1 percentage point in a poll released last night on the state's at-large congressional election.