A one-night haul of $45,800 is nothing to sneeze at.
Call’s filing signals plans to run against the newly confirmed Sen. Josh Revak for Senate District M.
The action comes as an industry-funded opposition group enters the race.
Gillis spent $30,000 on an independent expenditure group that helped Revak beat incumbent Rep. Charisse Millett in the Republican Primary.
Read my lips: No new taxes (while I’m on the job).
It’s a game of skill.
The timeline sets up a resolution or this stage of the litigation for sometime in mid-January. All parties agreed that the case is destined to make a stop in the Alaska Supreme Court.
“A new voice in the fight for Alaska’s future.”
The Recall Dunleavy campaign is arguing for an expedited schedule to review its challenge of the state’s rejection.
Murkowski is one of three Senate Republicans to back the Dream Act.