Q: What one thing do you like best about Anchorage?
District 2: Seat A
Amy Demboski: I love the rural, small town, characteristics of Chugiak-Eagle River
Peter Mulcahy: The warmth. The people of this community are the most genuine, most caring, most involved we have ever met in all our years of travel.
Bob Lupo: It is ten miles away from Eagle River.
District 3: Seat D
Ernie Hall: The fact that I live in the Anchorage bowl with the mountains wrapping their arms around me, making me feel a part of the community.
Nick Moe: The cultural diversity, the sense of community and the natural beauty of Anchorage.
District 3: Seat E
Cheryl Frasca: The "can do" spirit of its people.
Phil Isley: If you want, it is possible to earn a living here.
Tim Steele: The character of the people that live here.
District 4: Seat F
Andy Clary: That we have all the amenities of a major city - the shops, the restaurants, the economy - yet Alaska is at our backdoor. You can leave work and be on the top of a mountain in an hour. This is a city where opportunities abound.
Dick Traini: The people that make up this city. We have a diverse population and diverse activities. There are so many people with different dreams and hopes.
District 5: Seat H
Paul Honeman: Anchorage offers a great opportunity for people to work, buy a home, and a raise a family, while being able to enjoy all the many aspects of Alaska in a big dynamic fashion.
District 6: Seat J
Jennifer Johnston: Its people