Dunleavy said he’s considering a project to put more public land into private ownership, but it would be separate from the PFD.
Republicans won big on Tuesday night in an election that will see the party fully take the reigns of Alaska’s government.
“It’s great to have a supportive spouse, it’s another thing to use that spouse as an example of your support of the Alaska Native community—this is not a policy argument.”
“As Alaska’s chaotic governor’s race comes down to the wire, I keep recalling a couple of nuggets of wisdom from experience as a Marine Corps veteran and more than 30 years as an observer of Alaska politics.”
The spending still lags far behind what Republican groups have put behind Dunleavy.
The two found common ground on the PFD, but only Wielechowski seemed able to work across partisan lines.
Her support of Dunleavy isn’t likely to bring over any of her progressive supporters, but it could be an important vote of confidence for on-the-fence moderates.
Key issues listed in the tweet: “Mike is for Energy and Jobs, is tough on Crime, loves our Vets and our Great Second Amendment.”
With less than two weeks from election day there were a handful of new takeaways from the race, including some slight shifts in positioning after independent Gov. Bill Walker suspended his campaign.
After ping-ponging back and forth with Gov. Bill Walker in the first three tracker polls conducted by pollster Ivan Moore of Alaska Survey Research, Mark…