JUNEAU- Last night, Rep. Calvin Schrage’s legislation that would restore campaign contribution limits on politicians and stop out-of-state donors and special interest groups from taking over state and local elections, passed the House Floor with a vote of 21-18. House Bill 234 would reinstate fair and reasonable donation limits that were in place before the […]
Governor Refused Court Invitation To Appeal Ruling Against Alaska’s $500 Donation Limit, Then Refused Calls To Add A Bill With Reasonable Donation Limits To The Fall Special Session. “Governor Dunleavy did everything in his power to allow unlimited campaign spending in our elections. Yesterday he finally succeeded”, said Gubernatorial Candidate and former legislator Les Gara, […]
(ANCHORAGE) – This year’s annual anti-DUI campaign Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, a national high-visibility enforcement effort, ended last week with 22 DUI arrests made and 966 citations issued. This year’s campaign ran from Aug. 18 through Sept. 7. Alaska State Troopers and Alaska Wildlife Troopers reported the following contacts: For period 8/18/2021 thru […]
Dunleavy Takes Final Step To Bring Big Money Back Into Politics; Friday State Filing Declines Court Invitation To Appeal To Uphold Alaska’s Voter-Passed $500 Donation Limit.
“Governor Dunleavy Has Done Everything In His Power to Put Big Money Back By Wealthy Donors Back In Politics. His Goal Is To Allow His Special Interest Friends To Drown Out Voices of Alaskans Who Can’t Make Those Donations.” In 2006 Alaska voters limited campaign donations to $500 per candidate, to keep wealthy donors from […]