“I want a brighter future, not a state people have been leaving for a record four years in a row. We can do better than the loss of thousands of good-paying jobs, closed small businesses and less opportunity to succeed.”
Gara doesn’t have a running mate at this point, but said he’s looking to form a ticket that represents Alaska.
After a particularly uninspired showing at the oral arguments, an attempt to overturn the slate of election reforms has come up far short.
Tshibaka, who’s avoided accountability and oversight while working for the Dunleavy administration, says she’s running because “The D.C. insiders need to be held accountable to us.”