Rep. Seaton’s October 3rd Newsletter: Town Halls Oct 5 and Community Assistance Meetings

Town Halls Oct 5: I hope to see you at one of the town halls on Thursday! Office of Management & Budget Director, Pat Pitney, will also be joining me. We will be discussing the upcoming special session, state finances, and other issues affecting District 31. I look forward to meeting with you and answering your questions.

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Rep. Drummond’s October 2nd Newsletter: Committee Meetings Scheduled to Examine Public Safety in Alaska

The Finance Committee in the Alaska House of Representatives has scheduled a series of budget subcommittee meetings to discuss the nexus between crime rates and available public resources in Alaska. The budget subcommittees for the Departments of Public Safety, Administration, Corrections, and Law will meet on October 5th at the Anchorage Legislative Information Office (LIO).

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NEWS: Members of Coalition Leadership are Coming to Fairbanks for a Townhall

Fairbanks – The Speaker of the Alaska House of Representatives will join Rep. Adam Wool (D-Fairbanks) for a legislative townhall in Fairbanks on Sunday, October 8th. The townhall will also include Majority Whip Rep. Louise Stutes (R-Kodiak) and House Resources Committee Co-Chair Rep. Andy Josephson (D-Anchorage).

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Rep. Spohnholz’s October 2nd Newsletter: Criminal Justice Hearings and Senior Benefits

There has been a lot of discussion about rising crime rates and criminal justice reform as enacted in SB91. There is no arguing that crime rates are rising in Alaska- according to the Alaska Justice Center they have been rising since 2014. My heart goes out to those who have been hurt as a result—it’s terrible to have your home or property violated.

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Rep. Tarr’s September 28th Newsletter: National Voter Registration Day Success, Vote by Mail Information & Dine Out Against Hunger tonight!

National Voter Registration Day was this past Tuesday, September 26th! For the 3rd year in a row my office participated in this national event by registering voters outside of Red Apple in Mountain View in the afternoon and outside of the Carr’s at the Northway Mall in the evening. We registered 35 neighbors, including excited teens registering for the first time! We also passed out information about the upcoming change to vote by mail for municipal elections (please read below for more information).

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