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    Alaskan patriots invited to upcoming rallies and events

    AlaskaWatchman.com

    Below is a listing of several upcoming rallies and events as Alaskans draw closer to the Nov. 3 election.

    SULLIVAN/YOUNG TO RALLY IN SOLDOTNA OCT. 30

    U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan will join U.S. Rep. Don Young for a rally at Soldotna Creek Park (44149 Sterling Hwy.) on Friday, Oct. 30, at 5:30 p.m. Click here for more information.

    SULLIVAN & YOUNG HEADED TO FAIRBANKS

    Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young will be in Fairbanks on Oct. 31, 12-2 p.m., for a rally at The Event Center (1288 Sadler Way).

    CONSERVATIVE RALLY IN PALMER

    Conservative minded Alaskans will gather once again for an outdoor rally in Palmer on Oct. 31, 1-3 p.m., on the corner of the Glenn Highway and the Palmer-Wasilla Highway (near the Palmer McDonalds). Attendees are encouraged to bring signs and flags. Click here for more information.

    KENAI TRUMP RALLY ON OCT. 31

    Kenai residents are set to meet in the Walmart parking lot at noon on Saturday, Oct. 31, for a rolling car rally in support of President Trump and the First and Second Amendments. Participants will drive the Kenai-Soldotna loop to show appreciation for President Trump. Attendees are encouraged to deck their vehicles in flags and signs. Click here for more information.

    TRUMP MOTORCADE FROM WASILLA TO KRINER’S IN ANCHORAGE

    At 11 a.m. on Oct. 31, Mat-Su residents will drive in formation from the Wasilla Lake parking lot on the Parks Highway to Kriner’s Diner in Anchorage. After grabbing a bite to eat at Kriner’s the caravan will head back to the Valley in formation. Click here for more information.

    TRUMP MOTORCADE & RALLY IN ANCHORAGE

    The next pro-Trump motorcade will roll through Anchorage on Sunday, Nov. 1, at 3 p.m. Participants will gather for the event at the corner of Norther Lights and the New Seward Highway (next to the Mall at Sears). Attendees are encouraged to dress warm and bring signs and flags to wave along the street corner. Click here for more information.

    ELECTION DAY RALLY FOR ROGER HOLLAND

    Anchorage conservatives are gathering at strategic locations across Anchorage on Nov. 3 to wave signs in support of Roger Holland who is running for State Senate. Hot coffee and snacks will be provided for volunteers. The staging area is on the corner of Northern Lights and the New Seward Highway. More information here.

    TRUMP VICTORY PARTY AT PEANUT FARM

    Election night, Nov. 3, will include a “Trump victory party” at the Peanut FARM in Anchorage. Radio host Eddie Burke (from KOAN Radio) will be broadcasting live, interviewing candidates and sharing commentary on all races. Attendees will be able to monitor local, state and national races with up-to-the-minute coverage. MC Rick Rydell will be handing out Trump prizes and light hors d’oeuvres will be provided. The event is free and runs 6-11 p.m. Anchorage mayoral candidate Mike Robbins is hosting. Click here for more information.

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    1. There is a parade on the 31st in Kenai too! Meet at noon in Walmart parking lot to drive the loop from Kenai to Soldotna and back….

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