Alaska State Senate candidate Tuckerman Babcock emcees a "Get Out the Vote" rally hosted by the Kenai Peninsula Republican Women at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022 in Soldotna, Alaska. (Ashlyn O’Hara/Peninsula Clarion)

Alaska State Senate candidate Tuckerman Babcock emcees a "Get Out the Vote" rally hosted by the Kenai Peninsula Republican Women at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex on Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022 in Soldotna, Alaska. (Ashlyn O’Hara/Peninsula Clarion)

Voices of the Peninsula: Supporting Tuckerman Babcock

These are some of the people of the Kenai Peninsula and Alaska who proudly support Tuckerman Babcock for State Senate

  • By Tuckerman Babcock
  • Monday, October 31, 2022 11:05pm
  • Opinion

By Tuckerman Babcock

Anyone read the ridiculous, super negative letter from former Union Boss Vince Beltrami? These union bosses are so used to pulling strings, and they have no pull with me. So, they attack. With radio, mailings, attacks … all paid for with mostly $ from Outside Alaska. For my opponent I feel a bit sorry for him. The union bosses’ hooks are lodged deeply. He will be paying the piper for their dirty dollars. He will be dancing to their tune, no doubt.

How to respond to so much hate?

With love and positivity.

These are some of the people of the Kenai Peninsula and Alaska who proudly support Tuckerman Babcock for State Senate:

Mike Dunleavy, Charlie Pierce, Richard Derkevorkian, Annette Villa, Bill Elam, Nick Begich, Niki Tshibaka, Scott Coffman, Ben Carpenter, Grace Merkes, Sarah Williams, Mark Necessary, Tom Pellegrom, Randy Canady, Bobbi Jedlicki, Dan and Annette Pankowski, Jay Kriner, Debbie Debnam, Scott Hamann, Mike Crawford, Febra Henlsey, Jack Clouse, Dale Bagley, Jim Grossl, Jim Harden, John and Liz Nussbaum, Shawn and Connie Taplin, Kenny Leaf, Shania Johnson, Cathy Sturman, Barb Blakeley, Don and Wilma Boston, Bekkie Jackson, Diya McKee, David and April Orth, Dr. Steve Hickey, Bill Hartline, Marla Gregory, Patrick Johnson, Phill Swires, Susan Lockwood, Tina Wegener, Kathy Medcoff, Steve Turner, Rick Pack, Linda Werner, Brian L. Moore, Dil Uhlin, Don and Jan Shields, Dan and Claudia Furlong, Clayton and Janet Phillips, Ed and Leona Oberts, Cody and Beth Mishler, Aaron and Samantha Douget, Jody and Kathy Hoskins, Garrett Ennis, Queen Parker, Juanita Ross, Natalie Millar, Jill Schaefer, Charlene Tautfest, Rodney Hobby, Dave Peck, James Kent, Barbara Granger, Leora Pooler, Tammi Linn, Kim Swanson, Stewart and Kay Brandon, Todd and Diane Pollock, Steve and Sarah Virg-In, Randy and Mary Daly, Teresa Sparks, Sara Hondel, Sue Swartz, Thumbelina Garcia, Linzey White, John Klaysmat, Joanne Hardesty, Cindy Glassmaker, Heather Asi, Matt Moffis, Richard Byrd, Julia Selanoff, Greg Brush, Diane Bush, Nancy Whiting, Linda Brazier, Linnaea Dohse, Denise Mountcastle, Michael Trail, Kirsten Loertscher, Rebekah Stigall, Dan Smith, Lollie Reid, Tamara Pellegrom, Noah and Treava Leaf, Larry and Ruth Poage, Robert and Jecel Doss, Ron and Tammy Walton, Wayne and Helen Ogle, Carmen Smith, Ralph Meloon and many others (tuckermanbabcock.com).

Also endorsing Tuckerman Babcock are the Alaska Republican Party, the Alaska Outdoor Council, the Alaska Family Council, the Republican Women of the Kenai, the Nikiski-Sterling Republican Party (District 8), the Kenai-Soldotna Republican Party (District 7) and the Kenai Peninsula Republican Women. And I am endorsed by the most important person to me in the world, my wife, Kristie Babcock.

Thank you and God Bless, Tuckerman Babcock for State Senate

Tuckerman Babcock is a Republican candidate for State Senate Seat D.

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