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I oppose Ballot Measure 1 for two reasons
Alaskans have a rare opportunity to push back against a liberal activist court
I reviewed Ballot Measure 2 — all 25 pages of it — and conclude that instead of what its proponents say, it is complex, obscure and unfair.
We need more oil production in Alaska, not less.
No one has been exempted from the 2020 roller coaster.
The big oil companies keep moving the ball, because they don’t want us to know the truth.
I simply want you to understand the kind of Alaskans we are.
Ballot Measure 2 helps open up the primaries so that we can vote for people — not parties.
If I can’t have my first choice, I’d at least like input on my second, or even third choice.
The American conception of republican government is one where the people rule.
Ballot Measure 2 offers a practical set of reforms to give voters more choice, voice and power.
Vote “yes” on Ballot Measure 1 and prevent us from becoming poor people living on a rich land.
The court system has not shut its doors for a single day since the pandemic began.
For Alaskans ready to start a career or return to work, this is a unique opportunity.
Now is literally the worst time to pass an experimental new tax scheme.
For those who require care on a ventilator in the ICU, more than a third of people die.
I strongly call for retaining Justice Susan Carney as an independent jurist
Sen. Sullivan understands Alaskans and will continue to serve us well in D.C.
Her qualifications for the job are obvious and unquestioned.
Our civic discourse and the orderly process by which we self-govern is at risk.