Woolston: Tshibaka has it wrong.

By Kristina Woolston

In an opinion piece published recently by Must Read Alaska, U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka accuses U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski and her supporters of lying about Tshibaka’s public position on birth control.

Tshibaka objects to the TV spot by Alaskans for Lisa, an independent expenditure group, supporting Senator Murkowski’s re-election, that calls out Tshibaka for standing up before a friendly crowd at a Kenai restaurant and state she would ban birth control through the U.S. mail system.

See for yourself:

Kelly Tshibaka gets it wrong. Again. In Tshibaka’s own words she clearly said she wants to make receiving birth control pills by mail illegal. 

I support Senator Murkowski because she always tries to do the right thing for Alaska. Being a U.S. Senator is a tough job. Lisa respects people who have differing viewpoints. She strongly supports women making their own healthcare and reproductive decisions. Her record speaks for itself. 

Kelly Tshibaka is simply too extreme and is wrong for Alaska.

Kristina Woolston is a wife, mother, and professional businesswoman who lives in Anchorage, AK.

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2 Comments on "Woolston: Tshibaka has it wrong."

  1. I didn’t lie on my fishing license application. Why did Tshibaka?

  2. I sure wish the State of Alaska (Dumbleavey) would create a job for my spouse paying 6-figures all these while crying of a bloated budget and the need for massive cuts. Go back home to D.C. where you crawled out and repay the State the $88,000 for moving you, another quitter, up here.

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