Voter ballot guide

Earlier this month, Alaska Family Action, one of the foremost organizations that advocate for religious liberty, parental rights and pro-life and pro-family legislation, endorsed seven candidates running for various Anchorage Assembly and School Board races in the April 5 election.

City residents are now selecting five Anchorage Assembly members and two school board members. Mail-in balloting is already underway.

All ballot envelopes – including military and overseas – must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, April 5 or returned to a secure drop box or the Anchorage Vote Center by 8 p.m.

Individuals endorsed by Alaska Family Action include Anchorage Assembly candidates Stephanie Taylor (District 5), Randy Sulte (District 6), Kathy Henslee (District 4), Liz Vazquez (District 3) and Kevin Cross (District 2). Endorsed school board candidates include Mark Anthony Cox (District 2) and Rachel Reis (District 3).

The Alaska Family Action strives to support candidates who will advocate for laws that uphold the truth of the Gospel to protect and promote fundamental freedoms across Alaska.

To download a print copy of Alaska Family Action’s endorsements, click here.


— Click here to view the Watchman’s video interviews with Anchorage Assembly candidates.

— Click here to read the school board candidate responses to the Watchman survey.

— Click here for more information on how and where to vote in the Anchorage election.

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AK Family Action endorsed Anchorage Assembly & School Board candidates

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.


  • Jen says:

    Pray we accept in all humilty to tolerate whatever is God’s will to be done deciding who rules over us. This is great encouragement to me at least to recognize God’s soverienty that no amount of election shenanigans could stop God’s plan if we are to have more kingdom receptive or minded leadership. If we must endure more of the same wordly thinking, God has a greater purpose. Maybe the differculty would be to strengthen his people, his believers, disipline us, and increase our love to one another, to unbelievers, and to God. There are several bible scripture reference be happy, be content wherever we are. Be fruitful. Share the Love of God and serve
    making new disiples from the starting point of your church-you know that growing comes from planting seeds. Our church family doesn’t grow unless you carve out some time each day to sow seed, water and fertilze it with God’s word and pray over it and trust God gives growth to the person; That is our task no matter who rules over us.

    • Auto zone says:

      Serious question: if whatever happens, no matter what, is gods will, why advocate for anything or propose changes or even have and opinion?