Rep. Bryce Edgmon says lawmakers have explored other options and none so far has materialized. Tuesday marked the 22nd day of session, matching the longest period it’s taken to elect a permanent speaker. The prior distinction was in 1981. The organization that year was tenuous and the speaker chosen on Day 22 was later replaced. A group of eight representatives has been looking at power-sharing arrangements in other states. Edgmon says other scenarios are also floating around. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska House Democratic leader says members will need to wrestle with whether a power-sharing agreement is the best option for organizing the chamber. Edgmon said the House did not come off well during a failed speaker vote Monday, which was initiated amid ongoing efforts to try to organize.