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There’s an opportunity here to discuss issues important to both sides of the political divide.
Doctors seek community action in keeping COVID-19 numbers down
The economic impacts of COVID-19 have been devastating for small businesses across the nation, and unfortunately Alaska is not immune. The Dunleavy Administration continues to… Continue reading
Integrating such data into other land management tools helps us make better decisions about how to use and conserve our resources.
We hope election of Biden and Harris means the end of bitter, divisive politics, and the rebirth of civility in government and social existence.
It is our job to equip the fund for success for decades to come.
Americans should be concerned about the wellbeing of Alaska’s military veteran
Small retailers and restaurants are relying on us to send a message with our dollars that says, “We’ve got your back.”
My thanks go out to every Alaskan who chose to participate in our democratic process.
Now is a good time to seek a model of political goodwill that has been sorely missing from our state
Every voter must have their voice heard and vote counted — and that process takes time
Safe practices, testing and contact tracing will bring numbers down.
Alaskans are voting on important issues to determine our next steps in dealing with the budget, resource allocation, taxes, and citizens’ general welfare. I know… Continue reading
Vote “yes” on Ballot Measure 1
Ballot Measure 2 does three main things that give the voter more power.
This year has been bad for everyone, across the board.
The contentions of Ballot Measure 1’s opponents about jobs and the PFD are easily refuted.
Alaska needs leaders to show up for their communities, put forward real solutions, and work with anyone who shares those same values and a commitment to a better future
I oppose Ballot Measure 1 for two reasons
Alaskans have a rare opportunity to push back against a liberal activist court