Letters to the Editor

Letter: A good result

I thank God that the people of Alaska have once again rejected Mark Begich.

Letter: Stay engaged

Resist the temptation to let the election overshadow what has been accomplished among people, through real-time engagement that will boast lasting effects outside the boundary of politics.

Letter: A well-run election

Thank you to the state and to the election volunteers. You guys did a great job.

Letter: Candidate statements

My children and grandsons have educations and parents who cared to see they were raised with love and care.

Letter: Don’t fire Mueller

Providing the feedback the president needs to survive the swamp and achieve his agenda is an act of loyalty.

Letter: Invest in Alaska

We all seem to be demanding great rewards for living here in the state, but at the same time are unwilling to invest into it and to be good stewards of it.

Letter: Corrosive partisanship

“If you aren’t with me, then you are against me” is not a way to build and uphold a democracy.

Letter: Thoughts on the election

I am not advocating one way or the other on a state income tax, although I am old enough to remember a state income tax in Alaska. It was not burdensome.

Letter: High bar for amendments

Considering the complexity of this process, it is highly unlikely that the framers intended that could be undone by the executive order of one pompous egotist.

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