Government of Alaska

The government of Alaska in common with state and federal governments of the United States, has three branches of government: the executive, consisting of the Governor of Alaska and the state agencies; the state legislature consisting of two chambers, the House of Representatives and the Senate; and the judiciary consisting of the Supreme court and lower courts. Alaska has 246 federally recognized tribal governments and one federal Indian (Native American) reservation.

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Government Of Alaska - Politics - Presidential Elections
... Presidential elections results Year Republican Democratic 2008 59.49% 192,631 37.83% 122,485 2004 61.07% 190,889 35.52% 111,025 2000 58.62% 167,398 27.67% 79,004 1996 50.80% 122,746 33.27% 80,380 1992 39.46% 102,000 30.29% 78,294 1988 59.59% 119,251 36.27% 72,584 1984 66.65% 138,377 29.87% 62,007 1980 54.35% 86,112 26.41% 41,842 1976 57.90% 71,555 35.65% 44,058 1972 58.13% 55,349 34.62% 32,967 1968 45.28% 37,600 42.65% 35,411 1964 34.09% 22,930 65.91% 44,329 1960 50.94% 30,953 49.06% 29,809 In presidential elections, the state's Electoral College votes have been most often won by a Republican nominee ... Only once has Alaska supported a Democratic nominee, when it supported Lyndon B ...

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