Alaska

Governors Go To Pot

The governors of  Colorado, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska want President Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to continue Obama's backdoor legalization of marijuana at the federal level, rather than pursue a straightforward decriminalization passed by Congress.

Cruz shocks with Alaska win

T. Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

Ted Cruz surprised political pundits Wednesday morning when he scored his third Super Tuesday victory by winning the Alaska Republican caucuses, moving the Texas senator closer to becoming the Republican presidential nominee.

Greta Starts Out Right Ends Up Wrong On GOP Iran Letter

Greta got it wrong last night when Alaska’s newly elected Senator Dan Sullivan appeared on her FOX News program to explain why he and some 46 other members of the Senate wrote an open letter to Iran's leaders stating that any nuclear deal needs congressional approval in order to last beyond President Obama's term.

With 1 Week to Go, GOP's Confidence Grows

Alexander Bolton, The Hill

Repubs. are all but assured of winning the open seats vacated by retiring Democrats in Montana, South Dakota and West Virginia and have a very good chance of ousting Dem. incumbents in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado and Louisiana.

5 Most Conservative States

Peter Sullivan, The Hill

The Hill ranked all 50 states on a red to blue scale. Alabama, Alaska, Idaho, Kansas, & Mississippi topped the list of reddest states.

A Football Lesson For The GOP

Republicans won't win back the Senate or other key races if they take a knee or throw the ball out of bounds on amnesty for illegal aliens, Obama’s contempt for the Constitution, Congress’ out-of-control spending and how to effectively confront the great national security threats facing the country today.

Senate Spoilers: 6 States to Watch for 3rd-Party Candidates

Cameron Joseph, The Hill

As both Dems & Repubs. calculate their odds of a Senate majority, several 3rd party candidates are complicating their math. Popular dissatisfaction with both parties, and bitter campaigns, have helped boost 3rd-party candidates in a number of states into the high single digits.