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Topic - Bill Walker
Only one of the main candidates for Alaska governor supports same-sex marriage.
Statewide political candidates Wednesday got a chance to say how they would shape the future for Alaskans who won't even be able to vote for at least four years.
The first forum featuring all gubernatorial candidates has been held, still months ahead of the November election.
Gubernatorial candidates Bill Walker and Byron Mallott (muh-LOT') are scheduled to participate in a candidate forum on Wednesday.
The election of Alaska's next governor is more than seven months away, but candidates have been fully campaigning in the Interior this week.
A plan to reorganize the scandal-plagued Department of Marine Resources and require that it be audited every year is moving forward.
Former Mississippi Department of Marine Resources Executive Director Bill Walker pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to a charge of conspiring to defraud the federal government.
The former director of the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources plans to plead guilty in a federal fraud case, according to a motion filed Wednesday.
Gov. Sean Parnell holds a huge cash advantage over the other major candidates in the Alaska governor's race.
State Sen. Hollis French held a lead in cash on hand over his Democratic rival for lieutenant governor, Bob Williams.
The state Senate has advanced a bill to reorganize the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources.
Walker said instead of cuts, the solution to more production is incentives to bring in more oil companies working beyond the large oil fields of Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk.
Walker said zero, and this is just another of the various pipeline proposals presented over the decades.