Letter to the Editor: Standing for principles

We are so pleased to be represented by a man of such integrity, Rep. Gary Knopp. He stood by his principles, above partisan politics and made sure that all of us will benefit from a bipartisan coalition willing to work across the aisle to do what is best for all Alaskans.

— Bud and Sammy Crawford, Kenai

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