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It makes no sense to continue to give our resources to Big Oil at bargain prices…
We are your neighbors, friends and community leaders. But most importantly, we are voting no.
Don’t go there Alaska, Vote no on Ballot Measure 1.
Get out and vote no on Ballot Measure 2.
It’s imperative that Alaskans stand up for our state and for each other by voting yes on Measure 1.
We are confident that this approach is best for Alaska fishermen.
Unless we have voting rights equity for all, we can neither have nor maintain our democracy.
We must start to try to understand where another person’s political views are coming from.
The same old players are back echoing their 2010 and 2016 attacks on our independent judiciary.
As usual, Fauci was right.
Here’s how to add your voice to the conversation.
Americans need to vote for the honest, decent family man.
“Fact is, Senator Sullivan has earned reelection.”
Unless he is forced to speak out, Dan Sullivan remains near silent on major environmental challenges.
By Bruce Botelho Ballot Measure 2 is about ending the influence of dark money, opening primary elections to all qualified voters and allowing voters in… Continue reading
If not for Sen. Dan Sullivan and our congressional delegation, we may have been forced to close.
Alaskans shouldn’t be surprised that it took Dan Sullivan a decade to say he opposes the Pebble Mine.
Now, 25 years later, we are again choosing Al Gross, this time as our candidate for the U.S. Senate.
We should be partners with the oil industry, not junior partners.
Conservatives, describe this rhetoric as a radical neo-Marxist ideology, cancel culture and more.