Letter to the Editor: Kudos for standing up to Dunleavy

We respect and admire Gary so much for his efforts to resist this assault on our state.

The moderates in District 30 are so proud of Rep. Gary Knopp! If Dunleavy‘s unhinged agenda is successful, it’s possible that it could cost the lives of many vulnerable Alaskans and destroy infrastructure that it has taken decades to develop.

To me, it looks like Dunleavy‘s intention is a grand transfer of wealth from Alaska‘s treasury to the Outside business interests that funded his campaign through their PAC. We respect and admire Gary so much for his efforts to resist this assault on our state.

You know, it’s very possible that Gary may not be re-elected but at least he will be able to sleep at night knowing that he stood up to some evil, destructive people.

God bless you, Gary!

— Eric Treider, Soldotna

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