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As election day nears, Alaska Native organizations in Juneau are making one last big push to encourage voters through a Get Out the Native Vote information rally on Saturday.

If you’re registered to vote, your  voter history — whether or not you voted in past elections — is a public record. So is your name, address and party affiliation. But letters aiming to shame Alaskans into voting by threatening to reveal their voting history aren’t going over well.

Alaska Congressman Don Young angered many of his constituents this week with remarks about suicide at Wasilla High that he later acknowledged were insensitive. Today, Young made the apology the focus of his annual speech to AFN.

Candidate for U.S. Senate Dan Sullivan and incumbent Mark Begich met on-stage at the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Anchorage Friday.

Voters decide which state judges get to keep their jobs. Why do we vote on judges? Retired Alaska Supreme Court Justice Walter Carpeneti will discuss the system and recent attempts to politicize it.

Independent candidate for governor Bill Walker released a TV ad last week targeting Spanish speaking voters in Alaska. In a race where every vote counts, the campaign hopes the ad will give them the upper hand.

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