Begich, 44, is seeking to defeat the longest active Republican in Congress.
The Alaska Department of Corrections and Alaska Department of Public Safety say there isn’t a targeted recruitment effort, but fired officers are welcome to apply.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission will consider the fine in January.
The Wasilla Republican said he joined the group, labeled a paramilitary organization by the FBI, when it first started.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Scott A. Oravec on Tuesday ordered the case against Jay Allen Johnson be sent to the next available grand jury for consideration.
Sen. Josh Revak, R-Anchorage, plans to fight the citation in court later this month.
The money will be used to buy radio ads and mailed flyers targeting Meg Zaletel, who represents Midtown.
Murkowski has yet to formally announce any re-election plans. Meanwhile, Republican Kelly Tshibaka reported raising just over $465,000 and ended the period with about $295,000 on hand.
His home in Halibut Cove was a must-visit destination for many of Alaska’s political leaders.
Sens. Lora Reinbold, R-Eagle River, and David Wilson, R-Wasilla, are quarantining away from the Capitol, where there has been little progress on a new PFD formula.
State pensions, once facing a $12 billion hole, are now within $5 billion of what’s needed.
Senate Majority Leader Shelley Hughes of Palmer said she urged Gov. Mike Dunleavy and the state health commissioner to consider supplying Alaskans with vitamins and drugs “that some Alaskan physicians are prescribing but pharmacies aren’t filling.”
The Alaska Tribal Recognition Act would require the state of Alaska to formally recognize all 229 Alaska Native tribes already recognized under federal law.
The holder of the proposed position would be responsible for leading and conducting U.S. foreign policy in the Arctic region and on Arctic issues.
The two men may be held personally liable for the act, Judge John Sedwick determined.
In his first U.S. District Court appearance, more details of the case emerged, including audio of the profanity-laden voicemails he’s accused of leaving for Alaska’s senators.
Tshibaka filmed part of a July Senate campaign ad at a Cook Inlet setnet site.
Some House Republicans have asked the governor to add anti-mandate laws to the special session agenda.
Officials debated the corporation budget while discussing the size of the dividend, and in November, trustees could debate Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s dividend plan.
The devices were intended to be a paperweight and keychain.