Overall, it shows the measure has the support of 59% of voters while 17% of voters oppose the measure and 24% are undecided.
She noted that outside a records request, there’s also no requirement for the governor to volunteer that information, either, and that the Legislature may need to step in if they want the answers public.
The endorsement was celebrated by Yes on 2 for Better Elections, the group backing the measure, which released a statement praising the League of Women Voters as “the gold standard for electoral policies.”
And after a blissfully not-at-all-peaceful year for us, Arduin has once again appeared back in Alaska.
This comes after the state argued against reprinting ballots in a separate case, claiming such a move would “blow up the election.”
Off in a corner being quiet.
A statement from the pollster accompanying the results notes that Republicans have been regularly in Alaska underperforming in recent years and that this year’s presidential election may be a boon to Gross.
“Decisions are being made based on economic and political theories instead of basing them on the realities of everyday Alaskans. What’s the result? Skyrocketing unemployment, an education system that’s hanging on from budget vote to budget vote, and an exodus of a skilled and talented workforce.”
That’s the Pebble Tapes.
“I’m against Pebble Mine and would do everything I could to veto the permitting of the Pebble Mine,” Gross said. “Once and for all this project needs to go away.”