Thousands of registered voters legally live Outside, creating a significant voting bloc in the state’s first by-mail election.
The decision followed conflicts between the Wasilla state representative and other Republicans.
The board’s first attempt was ruled “an unconstitutional political gerrymander” by the Alaska Supreme Court. The East Anchorage residents who challenged the first map are now challenging the second map.
The Alaska Division of Elections is mailing ballots to all registered voters on Wednesday.
The money would go toward the $1.1 billion needed to replace the port’s cargo docks.
It’s also the deadline to set your address for the by-mail election.
The Alaska House has approved $4.9 million for the idea, but the Senate Finance Committee is skeptical about the costs.
The proposal calls for $2,600 in 2022 with payments dropping unless lawmakers approve new revenue to balance the cost.
The Alaska Senate is also considering the proposal.
Sullivan will be joined by U.S. Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Francisco, for sessions at JBER and Fort Wainwright.
Joan Wilson will be the third person since 2019 to lead the state’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office.
Alaska’s redistricting board has adopted a plan linking south Eagle River and south Anchorage, which the plaintiffs call unconstitutional.
Attackers failed to breach the Permanent Fund dividend division during an attack in March, a division official said.
The proposal advances to the Alaska Senate, where lawmakers appear more skeptical.
A prior map, which created a Senate district linking south Eagle River and south Muldoon, was ruled an “unconstitutional political gerrymander” by the Alaska Supreme Court.