Rep. Chris Tuck

Rep. Chris Tuck
Chris Tuck

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January 24, 2018

2018 Legislative Session Underway

Dear Neighbors,

The 2018 Legislative Session has begun. I look forward to a productive 90-day session.

It has been a great honor to serve as my neighbors’ Representative in the Legislature as the Majority Leader in the Alaska House Majority Coalition.  We are made up of Alaska Independents, Alaska Republicans, and Alaska Democrats who have joined together to come up with real solutions for Alaska’s needs.


This session, we plan to early fund education and pass a budget on time avoiding the expense of delays and pink slips to our educators and public employees.  You will see us introduce and pass legislation to create jobs, provide quality education for our children, and protect the Permanent Fund corpus and the Dividend.


Our own Alaskan, skating in the Olympics for Canada (he’s a dual citizen), visited the Capital this week. Left to right: Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallott, Representative Chris Tuck, Keegan Messing, Governor Bill Walker, and Canadian Consul General Brandon Lee.

I want to hear your concerns and visions for a better future in Alaska. While I’m in Juneau for the legislative session, I encourage you to call my office. My staff and I want to do everything we can to ensure your voices are heard and you have ways to stay informed. You can also check out my Facebook page (@ChrisTuckAK).

My goal is to represent the best interests of Alaskans, and I always welcome the opportunity to meet and talk about the issues.

I’m here for you, so please keep in touch on matters important to you and your family!

Warm regards,

[signed] Chris Tuck
      Chris Tuck
      Alaska State Representative
      District 23 – Anchorage


Rep. Tuck at the Women’s March on Juneau on Saturday, January 21.

Tuck’s Tips: Emergency Preparedness

Early yesterday morning, many Alaskans were shaken awake by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake or the resulting tsunami warning. Fortunately, the quake didn’t cause much damage because it was so far offshore and the tsunami failed to materialize. However, it reminds us to prepare for disaster, especially with the extra danger of being exposed to the elements during our Alaska winters.


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