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Deadline to register to vote is July 20

 
Keep Alaska Competitive.
Keep Alaska Competitive - Vote No on 1
July 15, 2014

Tick, tock. Clock is running down on voter registration

You can’t vote if you’re not registered and time is RAPIDLY running out.
The last day to register – or to change your registration – is Sunday, July 20.
In Alaska, you can complete your voter registration by mail, fax, or email and in person at your local Division of Elections office.
You can also register to vote at any Alaska DMV office while applying for a driver’s license.
Or you can email Amy or Elizabeth and arrange a time to drop by one of their offices.
When you register by mail, fax or email to vote for the first time, you will need a completed State of Alaska Voter Registration Application and a copy of your identification, such as your driver’s license, state or military ID card, birth certificate or passport.
  Time is running out
Why vote? Your vote could be the deciding one
If you think your vote doesn’t matter, just consider: In the 1996 House Democratic primary, Ann Spohnholz won by a single vote.
 

Other important dates

• Monday, Aug. 4 - Early and in-person absentee, special needs and by-electronic-transmission voting begins
• Saturday, Aug. 9 - Absentee-by-mail application deadline
• Monday, Aug. 18, 5 p.m. - Absentee-by-electronic-transmission application
•  August 16 – 19 - At Prudhoe Bay, ballots for all 40 districts will be available from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. at Service Area 10 Camp on Old Spine Road

Please forward these important deadlines on to your employees, friends and neighbors.

We've come a long, long way Vote No on 1 sign on truck
So what has KEEP accomplished in the last three months? A lot:
• Made presentations to 419 businesses
• Trained 600 ambassadors
• Talked to 3,000+ individuals
• 7,227 “likes” on Facebook
• Solicited two dozen opinion pieces
• Met with a dozen editorial boards
• Appeared on radio/TV around the state
• Distributed two newsletters/month
We distributed:
• 5,000 bumper stickers
• 75 truck-trailer decals
• 100 banners
• 400 magnet signs
• 200 4’X8’ signs
• 500 yard signs
• 100 3’X3’ signs
• 500 1’X2’ decals
• Thousands of buttons and stickers
Speak up

KEEP hits the air

KEEP’s own Tom Maloney gave up part of his Fourth of July weekend to talk oil taxes with David Weatherholt on radio talk show "Getting Down to Business.”
Tom talked about why tax policy makes a difference, what SB 21 does and how oil revenues fund 90 percent of the state’s general fund.
The program aired live on KOAN and was rebroadcast on KVNT in the Valley and KSBN in Seattle. You can listen to a podcast here.
Then Tom and Gail Phillips paired up on the Mike Porcaro Show last Thursday.

Why Hickel is a NO on 1

  Walter Hickel
"We gave ACES an eight-year run, and I believe we should give SB 21 time to fully realize what can be accomplished without destroying the oil industry in Alaska. I therefore believe that voting no on Ballot Measure 1 is good for the people, the economy and the state of Alaska," writes Walter J. Hickel Jr., whose father coined the term “owner state.”
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This communication was paid for by Keep Alaska Competitive – Vote No on 1, P.O. Box 220884, Anchorage, AK 99522. Marc Langland and Jim Jansen, co-chairs, Lynn Johnson, treasurer, approved this message. Top contributors are GCI – Anchorage, AK; Lynden – Anchorage, AK; Saltchuk Resources, Inc. – Anchorage, AK; N C Machinery Co. – Anchorage, AK; Udelhoven Oilfield System Services, Inc. – Anchorage, AK.

 

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