Oftentimes, candidates with extreme leftist positions can fly under the radar when it comes to Alaska’s local assembly and school board races, which are technically “nonpartisan.”
But in the case of Juneau and Fairbanks, Planned Parenthood has outed more than a dozen candidates whom they admire for being ardent pro-abortion, LGBTQ activists.
Planned Parenthood does its homework, and is adamant that endorsed candidates are fully on board with its hardline political philosophy. The abortion business also knows that assembly, city and school board candidates can, in fact, either hinder or advance its agenda in schools and the wider community.
Both Juneau and Fairbanks hold their elections on Oct. 3, but early voting has already begun.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ENDORSED CANDIDATES
— Assembly at-large: Ella Adkison, Paul Kelly, Laura Martinson McDonnell
— Assembly District 1: Alicia Hughes-Skandijs
— Assembly District 2: Christine Woll
— School Board: Brittney Cioni-Haywood, David Noon
— Assembly: Scott Crass, Liz Reeves-Ramos
— School Board: Bobby Burgess, Meredith Maple, Tim Doran
— City Council: Shoshana Kun
WHO ARE THE MORE CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATES?
The Alaska Watchman has identified the following Junea and Fairbanks candidates as either conservative, or far less liberal than Planned Parenthood’s preferred candidates.
— Assembly (at large): Dorene Lorenz, Nathaniel (Nano) Brooks
— Assembly District 1: Joe Geldhof
— Assembly District 2: David Morris
— School Board: Paige Sipniewski
— Assembly: Aaron Gibson, Jimi Cash, Tammie Wilson
— School Board: Maggie Matheson, April Smith, Michael Humphrey
— City Council: John Ringstad, Lonny Marney
— Click here for information on how to vote in the Juneau elections.
— Click here for information on how to vote in the Fairbanks elections.