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Candidate Szymanski lays out case for legal residency

...three years. Democrat Mike Szymanski's residency in Senate District E has been called into question by the Republican Party of Alaska and two voters in the district. Those parties have filed a lawsuit. Superior Court Judge Jonathan Link this...

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Current primary balloting system frustrating

As a registered Undeclared Alaskan voter, I find the current primary ballot selection process very frustrating and feel it takes away from my freedom of choice. To vote for persons running for office I must chose one of two ballots -- the Republican ballot listing only Republicans, or the Democratic ballot listing Democrats and the names of individuals running in other parties.

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Judge clears Szymanski to run for state Senate

...A judge has upheld Democrat Mike Szymanski's eligibility to run for the state Senate in District E. The Republican Party of Alaska and GOP activists tried to block the former lawmaker's bid to unseat incumbent Sen. Jerry Ward in the district...

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GOP questions conservation group spending

...much money to a political candidate and raising a broader question about the source of the group's funds. Republican Party of Alaska chairman Randy Ruedrich said the Alaska Conservation Voters has funneled more than $100,000 from its general...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives06/09/00

...Associated Press Shareholders overwhelmingly approve sale of NBA to Wells Fargo Babcock resigns as head of Republican Party of Alaska Alaska Air submits plans to improve its heavy maintenance practices Transportation Safety investigators...

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Religious faith at odds over primary ballot

JUNEAU (AP) -- Alaska's new closed primary system, which requires voters to chose a ballot from one of six political parties, has members of the Baha'i faith in a quandary.

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