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    The Watchman is for you – and it needs you!

    By AlaskaWatchman.com

    I’m writing to you today because the Alaska Watchman needs more financial supporters.

    Our dynamic website is running smoothly with a steady stream of engaging articles, videos and columns, and our readership is expanding across the state. Since launching in September our impact is increasingly felt at school board gatherings, city council meetings and in the halls of state government. Now we must raise the level of financial support to firmly establish the Watchman as a fixture for Alaska.

    For decades Alaskans have longed for a news outlet that would report on religious freedoms, pro-life issues and traditional family values. This is why we launched three months ago. In beginning this venture we strategically organized to run on a lean budget with a core group of award-winning writers and thoughtful columnists. Now we need more Alaskans to join ranks in supporting a strong Judeo-Christian voice to counter Alaska’s liberal mainstream media.

    I’m asking you to consider becoming a monthly supporter to help us maintain a free news agency that impacts the public discussion and debate in Alaska.

    Thank you to everyone who has pitched in so far. For those who wish to join the cause, please click here to visit our donation page.

    May you and your families have a Merry Christmas!

    Joel Davidson, Editor-in-Chief

     

    Joel Davidson
    Joel Davidson
    Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.

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