Nov. 7, is election day for the Mat-Su Borough where left-wing operatives are attempting to make significant inroads in the state’s most conservative community.
Flush with money, union support and entrenched liberal movers and shakers, progressives are seeking to remove and replace two conservative school board members with ideological leftists. The same goes for the borough assembly, where two seats are up for grabs.
The question for many is whether the rapidly growing Mat-Su Borough will maintain its well-established character as a pro-family, pro-parental rights and pro-liberty outpost. Voter turnout is the key.
This is a paper-ballot only election, no machine tabulators.
Based off our research and surveys, the most conservative choices in competitive races are the following candidates:
— Dmitri Fonov – Borough Assembly, District 6
— Clayton E. “Mokie” Tew – Borough Assembly District 5
— Ole Larson – School Board, District 6
— Kathy McCollum – School Board, District 3
The views expressed here are those of the author.