By Alaskans, For Alaskans


Ballot Measure 2 was drafted by a team of Alaskans passionate about improving state governance so we can all work together to make Alaska better. The initiative was signed by over 41,000 Alaskans from all 40 House Districts—far exceeding the minimum requirements for an initiative to be put on the ballot. This November, join us in supporting commonsense reforms to Alaska's elections that put the power back in the hands of voters, where it belongs. 

Steering committee

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Barbara 'Wáahlaal Gidáak Blake


Juneau


Rural and Alaska Native Policy Developer with Haida, Tlingit and Ahtna Athabascan family stemming from Klawock, Hydaburg and Tsiis tl’edze’na’ (Chistochina).

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Sheldon Fisher


Anchorage


Former Commissioner of Revenue and as Commissioner of Administration for the State of Alaska

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Penny Gage


Sitka & Anchorage


Lifelong Alaskan, Tlingit, and Economic Development Expert

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Jan Carolyn Hardy


Anchorage


Labor Activist

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Katherine Jernstrom


Anchorage


Small Business Owner, Entrepreneur, and Undeclared Voter

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Karl Kassel


Fairbanks


Former Independent Mayor of the Fairbanks North Star Borough

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Ben Kellie


Soldotna and Anchorage


Lifelong Alaskan, Founder of The Launch Company, Aerospace Engineer, and an Undeclared Voter

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Cordelia Kellie


Anchorage


Community Activist and Undeclared Voter

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Albert Kookesh


Angoon


Former Democratic State Senator and Representative, Commercial Fisherman, Businessman, Tlingit Nation, Eagle Tribe, Teikweidí (Brown Bear) Clan, child of L'eeneidí (Dog Salmon) Clan

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Lesil McGuire


Anchorage


Former Republican State Senator and Representative

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Mike Navarre


Kenai


Former Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor, State Representative, and Commissioner of the Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development

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La Quen Náay Liz Medicine Crow


Keex Kwaan and Anchorage


Haida - Eagle Tsiits gitanee, Hummingbird.  Tlingit Raven Ḵaach.ádi, Fresh-Water Marked Sockeye Salmon.  Works on behalf of our Native peoples and our homelands.

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Pamela Parker


Soldotna


Soldotna Chamber of Commerce President, City Council Member, and Small Business Owner

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Pat Race


Juneau


Illustrator, Filmmaker, Small Business Owner

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Greg Razo


Anchorage


Yup'ik/Hispanic, Champion of Change for Criminal Justice Reform, and active member of the community

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Derek Reed


Anchorage


Educator, Former President of Anchorage Democrats

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Kimberly Waller


Fairbanks and Anchorage


CEO, Women’s Power League of Alaska




When Ballot Measure 2 passes political parties will no longer dictate primary elections in Alaska.  The majority of Alaskans are unaffiliated.  Why should Alaskans be required to choose a party before they have the opportunity to choose a candidate?

Jan Carolyn Hardy, Labor Activist

"Alaskans face multiple threats to our health, well-being, and security. Yet neither of the two major political parties has a plan to move our state forward. Each seems more interested in waging a hyper-partisan contest for power rather than finding practical solutions to our most pressing problems. As a young Alaskan, I support Ballot Measure 2 because it will reward those who know that transparency, honesty, and compromise are key to securing a more prosperous future for us all."

Taylor Holshouser, of Anchorage, Polar Institute Research Fellow

“My hope is that we’re not so partisan as you see in other states because we live so close together. Frankly, it’s hard to hate up close, right? We have more in common together as Alaskans because of this shared environment that the division of being a Republican or a Democrat. Having ranked choice voting helps smooth some of those political boundaries and lines. It’s a reflection of the independence of Alaska.”

Cordelia Kellie, Community Activist and Undeclared Voter

“Our election system is not as transparent as it should be.  Too much dark money clouds our attention, and closed primaries unfairly stifle our choices.  We need to do better!  Ballot Measure two is a leap in the correct direction.”

Karl Kassel, Former Independent Mayor of the Fairbanks North Star Borough

"There’s a lot to be excited about with Ballot Measure 2, but I think I am most looking forward to the ranked choice voting aspect. Providing more choices for voters and promoting majority supper for candidates will only benefit Alaskans. This is why I will be voting Yes on 2 on November 3rd."

Pamela Parker, Soldotna Chamber of Commerce President, City Council Member, and Small Business Owner

“Alaskans are unique and Alaska has unique political issues that sometimes require Alaskans to cross party lines to address the issues we need taken care of for us and our beautiful state. I’m voting Yes on ballot measure 2 because I want to be able to have a choice in candidates regardless of my party affiliation.”

Irene Dundas, Former President of the Ketchikan Indian Community

"I am thrilled to be on the Steering Committee and volunteering for this historic initiative.  I think it's a groundbreaking option for Alaskans to be able to vote for in November that would give us all more choices, more transparency on the big money from outsiders that influences our important elections, and a more representative government that listens to actual Alaskans before making important decisions about our lives."

Verner Wilson III, Commercial Fisherman

“I want Alaskans to have more choices not less, to be free from this closed process that violates our right to privacy, freedom of choice, and limits their right to have their votes and voices counted. If we can’t be free in Alaska, I don’t know where else we can.”

Lesil McGuire, former State Senator and Representative (Republican-Anchorage)

Per capita, Alaska has more registered nonpartisan voters than any other state in the country. As Alaskans, we want our elections to reflect our values and our people. Opening up our primary system does just that.

Penny Gage, Lifelong Alaskan, Tlingit, and Economic Development Expert

“Better elections means, having a choice, making your vote count is absolutely essential, make change real!! Better elections means better choices and real solutions!!”

Percy Ballot, Chairman Maniilaq Association, Buckland

“Our present-day political climate demands a system that tears down the walls of closed primaries, and opens the process to increased candidate and voter participation. Ballot Measure 2 tears down those walls and opens up our elections process. I support it.”

Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins, State Representative (Democrat-Sitka)

“Party politics cannot stand in the way of good solutions any longer. Now is the time to make sure our electoral system puts the power of voting back where it belongs, in the hands of the voters and also gives the voter the option to have more choices.”

Adam Wool, State Representative (Democrat-Fairbanks)

"I support Ballot Measure 2 because, as an unaffiliated voter, I have seen firsthand the drawbacks of having to choose just one ballot when there are people on both sides of the aisle that I’d like to support. Further, I believe that ranked choice voting helps us prevent the false choice of choosing ‘the lesser of two evils’ by letting everyone rank their preferred candidates in order, regardless of party. Finally, I believe that Alaska’s elections are over-influenced by outsider, dark money that causes races to not fairly represent the wishes of the electorate."

Ben Kellie, Lifelong Alaskan, Founder of The Launch Company, Aerospace Engineer, and an Undeclared Voter

"One thing every one of us has in common across the hugeness of the U.S. is the right to vote. I support anything that makes voting more fair, which is what Ballot Measure 2, Alaskans for Better Elections does through ranked-choice voting (also called “instant run-off” voting), open primaries, and disclosure of campaign contribution sources. Can anyone deny that our elections have become ultra-polarized? Ballot Measure 2’s voting reforms offer us a way to move forward to get to the critical work of problem-solving."

Kristin Carpenter, Cordova, AK

"I want to vote for the candidates I actually WANT instead of having to vote for candidates I'm merely willing to accept because they're more likely to win against the candidates I think would be a DISASTER."

Carl Brodersen, Juneau

"The winner of every Alaskan election should be preferred by a majority of Alaskans --- voting Yes On 2 will make this happen!"

Leah Berman Williams, Fairbanks, AK

“Our current election system rewards partisanship and punishes anyone who works with the other party. The updates in ballot measure 2 will create an environment where working across the aisle to solve our biggest issues can become the norm again. That’s why I’m voting Yes on 2.”

Tom Begich, State Senator (Democrat-Anchorage)

"I'm a long time non-partisan voter and I'm used to feeling like a spectator when it comes to elections. I want my vote to count. I support "Yes on 2" because it strengthens our independent voices and shines a light on dark money in our elections."

Pat Race, Juneau, is an illustrator, filmmaker, nonpartisan voter, and serves on Ballot Measure 2's statewide steering committee

"I'm supporting Ballot Measure 2 because big money has too much influence on our system. Ballot Measure 2 will strengthen reporting requirements, allowing voters to know who owns the politicians. There's too much dark money in our system. It's time to shine some light on it."

Derek Reed, Educator, Former President of Anchorage Democrats

“I support Ballot Measure 2 because it’s an improvement to our election process that reduces partisanship in a time when “liberal” and “conservative” are often used as insults instead of simple identifiers, and the gap between them seems to widen by the week.”

Katherine Jernstrom, Small Business Owner, Entrepreneur, and Undeclared Voter

“Our government should reflect the make-up of our state, and over 60% of our state is unaffiliated with either of the two main parties. There are hard-working, compassionate and smart people across our state.  Let’s elect the right people, and incentivize bi-partisan and non-partisan collaboration in Juneau to actually start solving our challenges in Alaska.”

Dorothy Shockley, Chena

"As a fiscal conservative, I support a system that will reward politicians from both parties that are thoughtful, reasonable and looking for solutions that work for a majority of Alaskans rather than merely pandering to their narrow political base. I am supporting Ballot Measure 2 because it will reward politicians that are transparent, honest and seeking practical solutions. That's what we need for a healthy business environment... and a healthy democracy."

Sheldon Fisher, Anchorage, served as Commissioner of the Alaska Department of Revenue

“As the Speaker of the House and a long-time legislator from southwest Alaska, I know the importance of having a legislature that puts political swords aside and does what's best for Alaska. Ballot Measure 2 will pave the way for diverse candidates and independent thinkers to get elected, which can make a huge difference as we tackle the tough challenges that lie ahead. Voting Yes on 2 will give voters more say in what happens in Juneau.”

House Speaker Bryce Edgmon

“Here in the Bristol Bay region, we know full well that not all issues are black and white. Leadership requires community building, understanding, and decision making based on what’s best for our people. Too often, policymakers let politics make their decisions for them. I’m voting Yes on 2 to restore power and choice to the people and our elections.”

Mayor O'Hara, Bristol Bay Borough

"As an eye doctor, I know how to make careful treatment decisions that benefit my patients. As an independent voter, it's important to me to be able to make the best choice available, and to be able to vote for the person rather than the party."

Dr. Daniel Volland, Anchorage Optometrist, Alaskans for Better Elections Health Care Coalition

Ranked Choice Voting will allow us to vote for the candidates we believe in. Don't be forced to vote for parties or special interests any longer. Vote for the people of Alaska. Vote Yes on 2.

Cyrus Carey of Fairbanks, AK

"I want Alaskans to have more choices not less, to be free from this closed process that violates our right to privacy, freedom of choice, and limits their right to have their votes and voices counted. If we can’t be free in Alaska, I don’t know where else we can?"

Lesil McGuire, Former Republican State Senator and Representative

“RCV is simple, in the process of life we are always making choices, and sometimes settling for our second choice is common. RCV would allow voters a second, third and even a fourth choice if they want. But the winner would reflect the majority of the voters’ choice. Very simple! Voting would reflect life as it really is.”

Bonnie Jack, Lifelong Alaskan, former Republican State House legislative and Anchorage Assembly aide

"Ballot Measure 2 will be great for Alaska and make our elections better!"

Gerald Fox, Girdwood AK

"As an Alaska Native professional, mother, and voter, I see how our election system encourages negative campaigns and hidden funding. My hope is Ballot Measure 2 works towards a more equitable election selecting a majority candidate representing more of the state. I believe Alaskans are competent, informed voters and can make a transition to greater transparency in ejections. That is why I will be voting YES on 2!"

Mary Aparezuk, Kotlik/ Juneau

"Ranked choice voting is the fairest and most equitable system for voting available to Alaskans."

Tim Baranov-Kaderman, Anchorage, AK

“As an Alaska Native woman, I want to elect people who represent us. The current system continues to fail to deliver in a meaningful way. It’s time for a change.”

Liz Medicine Crow, Works on behalf of our Native peoples and our homelands.

"As a legislator, I saw firsthand how our election system forces politicians on both sides from doing what they know is right. Ballot Measure 2 provides the fresh air, confidence, and clarity of purpose our public servants need to get the job done for Alaska. Let's fix this problem. Vote YES on 2."

State Representative John Lincoln, NANA shareholder, House District 4o Representative, previous service on the Native Village of Kotzebue Tribal Council

“Voters like myself believe election reform is long overdue, and Ballot Measure 2 presents a unique opportunity for real change. With ranked choice voting, elections are more transparent, and candidates and voters are empowered to stick by their beliefs and vote their conscience. Different kinds of candidates are encouraged to run, especially women, minority, and third-party candidates because they can appeal to voters who don’t feel stuck with a binary choice. Diversity in democracy helps all voters, regardless of party, and represents our voice in America’s democratic process.”

Kimberly Waller, CEO, Women’s Power League of Alaska

"I believe Ballot Measure #2 (Ranked Choice Voting) offers the opportunity for better cooperation on public policy issues. The reality is most voters don’t belong to either political party or ascribe to either political extreme — they just want reasonable solutions that make life better in their communities and for their families."

Mike Navarre, Former Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor, State Representative, and Commissioner of the Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development

"I'm a long time non-partisan voter and I'm used to feeling like a spectator when it comes to elections. I want my vote to count. I support "Yes on 2" because it strengthens our independent voices and shines a light on dark money in our elections.

The best thing about ranked choice voting is that it captures my preference from the top of the ticket to the bottom. Instead of forcing me to strategically choose a single candidate, I can rank candidates according to my preference and make sure my voice is more completely and clearly heard."

Pat Race, Illustrator, Filmmaker, Small Business Owner

“In a far flung coastal district like mine, we look out for each other. We value being Alaskans much higher than which political party we belong to. That’s why I support Ballot Measure 2: Because issues like funding a healthy marine highway system or protecting our commercial fishing industry should never have become partisan. I’m voting Yes on 2 so our leaders can get back to putting Alaska, not the parties, first.”

Louise Stutes, State Representative (Republican-Kodiak)

As a lifelong Alaskan and former Republican legislator, I look forward to voting Yes on 2.
For decades the people of Alaska have been held hostage by closed primaries driven by political parties. For the sake of future generations, we need the ability to elect leaders who serve Alaskans and not their political party.

Andrew Halcro, Alaskan Business Leader, Former State Representative

“If we were to adopt Ballot Measure 2, it really would change things, and change the process of how people who aspire to public office actually gain those positions,” Ortiz said. “We are within a two-year system in the House. I feel like I spend a lot of that time running for office versus adopting policies that would really help the state move forward. It’s so hard to work on solutions that can gain majority support because the current system rewards and incentivizes people to take actions more out of fear than out of a good, sensible policy.”

Dan Ortiz, State Representative (Independent-Ketchikan)

"I'm voting YES on 2 because I want to be a part of the change to make our state better."

Mim McConnel, Sitka

"As an Alaska Native businesswoman, I believe in the saying "If something is broken, WE fix it." Well our election system is broken, and it NEEDS FIXING. That is why on November 3rd, I will be voting YES on Ballot Measure 2 and I encourage you to do so too."

Barbara Donatelli, Anchorage, Yup'ik, shareholder of CIRI and Doyon Limited and serves on the boards of the Alaska Community Foundation, Anchorage Chamber of Commerce, and Cook Inlet Housing Authority

“As a political independent and the leader of a bipartisan coalition, there’s no question that legislators are at their best when they’re able to put party politics aside. The reforms in Ballot Measure 2 will make it easier for everyone to work together to protect and improve all Alaskans’ way of life. That is why I believe it’s critical for Alaskans to vote Yes on 2.”

Bryce Edgmon, Speaker of the House (Independent-Dillingham)

"This is the election reform our state needs to rise above partisanship and to elect leaders who will represent the views and have the confidence of most Alaskans."

Matt Callahan, Juneau, AK

"The more I look into this, the more I believe it will (a) encourage the parties to broaden their bases of support and (b) give voters a chance to consider candidates from any party. We need representatives in Juneau that better reflect all the voters of Alaska!"

Tom George, Fairbanks

"Ballot Measure 2 takes the Alaskan spirit of independence and makes the election system work for everyone. I'm voting YES because I'm committed to improving our election process to encourage greater participation in government, more civil discussion about our state’s pressing challenges, and increased transparency.”

Jason Grenn, former State Representative (Independent-Anchorage)

"Ballot Measure 2 takes the Alaskan spirit of independence and makes the election system work for everyone. I'm voting YES because I'm committed to improving our election process to encourage greater participation in government, more civil discussion about our state’s pressing challenges, and increased transparency.”

Jason Grenn, Former Independent State House Member

“Alaska has been in a fiscal crisis for 6 years now, and it has become clear that the current system isn't working.  As a fiscal conservative, I support a system that will reward politicians from both parties that are thoughtful, reasonable and looking for solutions that work for a majority of Alaskans rather than merely pandering to their narrow political base.  I am supporting Ballot Measure 2 because it will reward politicians that are transparent, honest and seeking practical solutions.  That's what we need for a healthy business environment ... and a healthy democracy."

Sheldon Fisher, Former Commissioner of Revenue and as Commissioner of Administration for the State of Alaska

Bipartisan Legislators for Better Elections

Tom Begich


State Senator


(Democrat-Anchorage)

Andrew Halcro


Former State Representative


(Republican-Anchorage)

Jonathan Kreiss-tomkins


State Representative


(Democrat-Sitka)

Jason Grenn


Former State Representative


(Independent-Anchorage)

Mike Navarre


Former State Representative


(Democrat-Kenai)

Dan Ortiz


State Representative


(Independent-Ketchikan)

Louise Stutes


State Representative


(Republican-Kodiak)

Adam Wool


State Representative


(Democrat-Fairbanks)

Lesil Mcguire


Former State Senator and Representative and Yes on 2 Steering Committee Member


(Republican-Anchorage)

John Lincoln


State Representative


(Independent-Kotzebue)

Bryce Edgmon


Speaker of the House


(Independent-Dillingham)



Alan Austerman


Former State Senator and Representative


(Republican-Kodiak)

fisheries for Better Elections

Mike Mahoney


F/V Dorothy G, Salmon Gillnetter


Copper River & Prince William Sound

Everett Leroy Thompson


F/V Northern Flyer, Salmon Gillnetter


Bristol Bay

Mike Mickelson


F/V Katalla Belle and F/V Mariah


Copper River & Prince William Sound

Arthur Shultz


F/V Lindsey Marie, Salmon Gillnetter


Bristol Bay

Megan Corazza


F/V Centurion, Salmon Seiner


Prince William Sound

Patricia Kallander


F/V Miss Emily, Retired Salmon Fisherman


Prince William Sound

Hayley Hoover


F/V Nellie Juan, Salmon Gillnetter


Copper River & Prince William Sound



Casey Pape


Longline and Seine Crew


Prince William Sound & Gulf of Alaska

Tyson Fick


F/V Heather Anne, Salmon Gillnetter


Southeast Alaska

Ryan Johnson


F/V Castle Cape, Gulf Longing


Prince William Sound Salmon Seiner & Kodiak Tanner Crab

Ezekiel Brown


F/V Lucid Dream, Salmon Gillnetter & Seiner


Copper River & Prince William Sound

Alaska Natives for Better Elections

Miriam Aarons


Iñupiaq 


Unalakleet

Mary Aparezuk


Yup'ik


Kotlik/Juneau

Evelyn Beeter


Ahtna Athabascan


Chistochina

Barbara Wáahlaal Gidáak Blake


Haida/Tlingit/Ahtna Athabascan


Prince of Wales Island/Juneau

Percy Ballot


Iñupiaq


Buckland

Monique Beetus


Athabascan


Hughes

Edwin Bifelt


Athabascan


Huslia

Elizabeth La Quen Náay Medicine Crow


Haida/Tlingit


Kake



Raven Cunningham


Eyak


Cordova

Chief Herbie Demit


Upper Tanana Athabascan


Tanacross

Crystal Duncan


Tlingit


Sitka

Irene Dundas


Tlingit


Ketchikan

Alexandria McLearen


Cupik


Anchorage

Mayor Crystal Dushkin


Unangax̂ 


Atka

Bryce Edgmon


Aleut


Dillingham

Elizabeth Niiqsik Ferguson


Iñupiaq


Kotzebue

Percy Frisby


Haida


Hydaburg/Juneau

Penny Gage


Tlingit 


Sitka

Bart Garber


Dena'ina


Tyonek/Anchorage

Megan Garzel


Athabascan


Anchorage

Brianna Gray


Aleut


King Cove/Fairbanks

Rachel Hoover


Unangax̂


Cordova

Joy Huntington


Koyukon Athabascan


Manley Hot Springs/Fairbanks

Virgil John


Upper Tanana Athabascan


Tetlin

Paul Johnson


Tlingit


Yakutat and Angoon

Cordelia Qiġñaaq Kellie


Iñupiaq


Utqiagvik/Anchorage

Hon. Albert Kookesh


Tlingit 


Angoon

Melissa Kookesh


Tlingit/Koyukon Athabascan


Angoon

Charley Taalak Maasak-Kovalsky


Iñupiaq


Nuiqsut

Stacey Lucason


Yup’ik


Anchorage/Ninilchik

Mayor Mamie Pardue


Iñupiaq


Nuiqsut

Alana Gah Kith Tin Peterson


Tlingit


Sitka

Greg Razo


Yup'ik 


Anchorage

Sean Rice


Iñupiaq/Puerto Rican


Fairbanks

Cheryl DeHart Robb


Athabascan


Manley Hot Springs

David Russell-Jensen


Tlingit


Juneau

Dorothy Shockley


Koyukon Athabascan


Manley Hot Springs/Fairbanks

Georgina Solomon


Gwich'in Athabascan


Ft. Yukon

Gabe Tegoseak


Iñupiaq 


Barrow

Siikauraq Martha Whiting


Iñupiaq


Kotzebue

Marilynn Woods


Koyukon Athabascan


Manley Hot Springs/Anchorage

Dalecia Young


Iñupiaq


Anchorage

Alaskans For Better Elections

Martin Stepetin Sr.

St. Paul/Juneau

Mae Silook

Anchorage

Tessa Calvin

Sitka

Kristen Shank Langhoff

Wasilla

Heather Lende

Haines

Henry Cole

Fairbanks

Kelly Ward

Fairbanks

Dave Monson

Fairbanks

Kanaan Bausler

Juneau

Mim McConnell

Sitka

Cindy LeLake

Anchorage

Mark Drygas

Fairbanks

Andrew Brabson

Eagle River

Tom George

Fairbanks

Georgianna Zimmerle

Ketchikan

Carl Brodersen

Juneau

James Hart

Haines

Andria Bond

Salcha

David Rich

Fairbanks

Elyse Guttenberg

Fairbanks

Kiera O'Brien

Ketchikan

Matt Callahan

Juneau

Leah Berman Williams

Fairbanks

Cyrus Carey

Fairbanks

Dominic Lozaro

Fairbanks

Cassandra Leyba

Port Alsworth

Lindsey Bray

Anchorage

Rebecca Braun

Juneau

Betty Whittenberg

Sterling

Austin Otos

Ketchikan

Myrna Gardner

Juneau

Robert Teachworth

Anchorage

Antoinette Mallot

Yakutat, Juneau

Joshua Sopko

Anchorage

Jonathon Taylor

Anchorage

Ann Fernandez

Anchorage

Suzanne Cohen

Juneau

Tim Lucason

Ninilchik

Kate Wool

Fairbanks

Ben Millstein

Kodiak

Sacha Jones

Anchorage

James Manners

Anchorage

Heather Parker

Juneau

Randy Boyer

Anchorage

Barbara Donatelli

Anchorage

John Elliot

Sitka

Mayor O'Hara

Bristol Bay Borough

John Trampush

Big Lake

Teisha Simmons

Fairbanks

Elijah Stoll

Soldotna

Greg Smith

Juneau

Robert Marcotte

Fairbanks

Casie Warner

Seward

Aurora Bowers

Fairbanks

Jeff King

Fairbanks

Jessica Hefner

Talkeetna

Pam Parker

Soldotna

Bill Bailey

Fairbanks

Raymond May

Kodiak

Nancy Hemenway

Juneau

Carolyn Gray

Fairbanks

Karen Berger

Homer

Gerald Fox

Girdwood

Trina Bailey

Fairbanks

Rob Borland

Fairbanks

James McDevitt

Soldotna

Tasha Elizarde

Juneau

John Sonin

Douglas

Santa Claus

North Pole

Jen Majors

Fairbanks

Ephraim Froehlich

Juneau

Meg Zaletel

Anchorage

Charlie Procknow

Anchorage

Dorothy Shockley

Chena

Colin Fay

Wasilla and Chugiak

David Monson

Fairbanks

Julie Cain Hill

Kodiak

Scott Eickholt

Fairbanks

Emily kane

Juneau

Erich Reed

Anchorage

Bobby Nikolaides

Fairbanks

Don Gray

Fairbanks

Everett Leroy Thompson

Naknek

Frank Maxwell

Fairbanks

Henry Robinson

Sitka

Irene Dundas

Ketchikan

Lisa Worl

Juneau

Brenda Riley

Fairbanks

Mike Walleri

Fairbanks

Greg Razo

Anchorage

Kiera O'brien

Ketichikan

Daniel Volland

Anchorage

joy huntington

Fairbanks

matt maxwell

Anchorage

percy ballot

Buckland

Rachel Hoover

Cordova

Geoffrey Smith

Kodiak

Katie Oliver

Kodiak

Robin Samuelson

Dillingham

Evon Peter

Fairbanks

Sabrena Combs

Palmer

Siikauraq Martha Whiting

Kotzebue

Taylor Holshouser

Eagle River

Ballot Committee co-chairs

Bruce Botelho

Bruce Botelho


Juneau; Co-Chair


Former Mayor of Juneau & Alaska’s Attorney General

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Jason grenn


Anchorage; Co-Chair


Former Independent State House Member

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Bonnie Jack


Anchorage; Co-Chair


Lifelong Alaskan, former Republican State House legislative and Anchorage Assembly aide

 
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