Rep. LeDoux’s September 28th Newsletter: “Gabbing with Gabby”, Last Muldoon Farmers Market, and Equifax

I hope you had a fun, fulfilling, and safe summer, and that fall will treat you as well or better. Along with the seasons, many other things change: this Saturday, September 30th, is the last Muldoon Farmers Market. Please see below for more information on the market.

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Rep. Guttenberg’s September 25th Newsletter: Voting & Senior Benefits!

It is time to get out and vote! The Alaska State Council on the Arts have opened public voting for Alaska’s Artistic License Plate. The options are the top five out of hundreds of submissions and are all designed by fellow Alaskans. All ages can vote but you must be a resident of Alaska.

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NEWS: Representative Tarr Celebrates National Voter Registration Day September 26th

Anchorage – Representative Geran Tarr (D-Anchorage) will join 2,000 groups across the country mobilizing to celebrate National Voter Registration Day on September 26, 2017. Voting is a right and a civic duty, but Alaskans can’t vote if they aren’t registered. Representative Tarr will be participating in voter registration efforts in the Mountain View and Airport Heights neighborhoods.

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Note from Rep. Gara – September 19th: Rep. Gara, Facing Foster Care Launch Back to School Laptop Drive for Foster Youth

Rep. Les Gara, and Facing Foster Care in Alaska founder Amanda Metivier, are launching a Back To School drive to get more laptops to foster youth so they can succeed in school. Gara and Metivier, both former foster youth, founded the Laptops for Foster Youth effort at the suggestion of many youth, who faced barriers to success, and needed online access to schoolwork.

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NEWS: Representative Scott Kawasaki to Host Constituent Town Hall in Fairbanks

Fairbanks – Representative Scott Kawasaki (D-Fairbanks) invites Fairbanks community members and neighbors to a public town hall on Wednesday, September 20, from 5:30 to 7:00 PM in the Auditorium of the Noel Wien Public Library. Among many issues to be discussed include details on the 2017 legislative session, the potential October Special Session, the state’s budget deficit, public safety concerns, construction updates, public education and issues raised by President Donald Trump.

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