Rep. Kawasaki’s Newsletter: October Events and Election Day Information

Election Day is November 8 and you have until Sunday, October 9, to make sure your voter registration is up-to-date. You can find a full list of candidates here.

Not sure where your polling place is? You can find it here or avoid the lines and vote early at the Fairbanks Division of Elections office, located at 675 7th Ave, starting on October 24.

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Rep. Josephson’s Newsletter: Common Ground and Elections!

On Saturday, October 1, I attended an all-day Fiscal Policy Summit sponsored by Alaska Common Ground. Subjects included: (1) Our Fiscal System and Deep Structural Deficit; (2) Impacts of Fiscal Solutions on Jobs and Incomes; (3) Oil and Gas Tax Credits; (4) Scenarios for Fiscal Solutions; (5) the Anchorage Economy; (6) the Case for Budget Cuts, and related topics.

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Note from Rep. Gara: Safer Streets, Better Schools

Please join me for a Neighborhood Forum this Wednesday, September 28th from 7 to 9:00 p.m. at Central Middle School. Share your thoughts, and let’s talk about the issues that concern you most. I and Tax Division Director Ken Alper will present some information on our staggering deficit, as well as the options for action that must be taken to fix it. And let’s talk schools, public safety, and what you want to see for this state and the next generation.

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NEWS: Rep. Tarr Will Participate in National Voter Registration Day Activities Today

Anchorage – Representative Geran Tarr (D-Anchorage) will participate in National Voter Registration Day events today by helping Anchorage area residents with the registration process. Rep. Tarr will lead registration events today in Mountain View and Airport Heights.

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Rep. Kawasaki’s Newsletter: Equinox Update and Local Election Information

Now one month into the school year, we are heading into sub-12-hour days. And you know what that means: Equinox Marathon, road construction winding down, hunting season, end of the summer tour season and Suicide Prevention month. But here’s a quick update on education vetoes, local election information, and what’s going on in the weeks ahead in Fairbanks.

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