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Gerald McBeath's testimony came as the state builds its defense to a constitutional challenge before U.S. District Judge Timothy Burgess in a lawsuit that seeks to strike down political contribution limits in Alaska, including the $500 annual cap that individual donors can give to candidates, an amount Alaska ...

The idea of a nonpartisan local government is rooted in the national reform movements of the late 1950s with the intent of focusing local government on local needs, said Gerald McBeath, a professor emeritus of political science at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. For the purposes of fixing roads and ...
"Things become much easier for the state when oil prices are high," said Gerald McBeath, a professor at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks. "It makes it possible for them to increase funding for schools, construction and protection services." But, of course, there's a dark side to high oil prices. Alaska is a ...
Some political observers say Murkowski has moved to the right over the past couple of years. “It's crystal-clear,” said Gerald McBeath, a veteran political scientist at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. “She probably figured it would be a fairly high risk for her to hold on to the moderate image in the Senate.”.
Anchorage, Alaska — Sean Parnell, Sarah Palin's soft-spoken successor as Alaska's chief executive, is so famously deficient in charisma that he's been nicknamed "Captain Zero" and "the Oatmeal Governor." For an Alaska governor these days, those nicknames might be considered compliments. After two ...


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