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One of our favorite bearded legislators is having a fundraiser hosted by none other than the Chair of the Tongass Democrats, Nancy Courtney! Awesome cohosts include Bruce Botelho, Willie Anderson, Edric Carillo, Brenda Knapp, and Pat Roach. As we all … Continue reading
The Tongass Democrats have no meetings scheduled this week. The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly has two Committee Meetings scheduled this week. The Alaska State Legislature will reconvene for the 2nd Regular Session of the 30th State Legislature on … Continue reading
I voted absentee on Monday by going to the Mendenhall Mall Annex after work. I was in and out in less than 10 minutes, even though I chatted a bit with the volunteers (about how awesome it was that I … Continue reading
Just a quick photo of the 7 boxes of supplies that have arrived this week, plus the additional tote of donations from the Democratic Annual Family Picnic last Sunday!
As of today, neither the City and Borough of Juneau nor the Tongass Democrats have any meetings scheduled this week. Resources are included below in case you’d like to check out what is coming up after the 20th!
The regular monthly business meeting for Tongass Democrats is held the first Thursday of every month. So, that means we all get to see each other tonight, at 5:15 PM at the IBEW hall (813 W. 12th St., Juneau). See you … Continue reading
Rep. Sam Kito III joins Tongass Democrats today for a Legislative Forum. Get first hand info on the status of the fiscal plan, income tax, oil taxes, education funding, the PFD and many other critical issues hanging in the balance … Continue reading
Join us this Thursday at the Rockwell at noon for the Legislative Forum! This week, we are honored to have Sen. Minority Leader Berta Gardner (D-Midtown Anchorage) to speak on something that is on everyone’s mind: Follow the Money. Lunch is … Continue reading
Seen in the community: Learn how to join the grassroots effort to protect our Constitutional rights at this FREE program presented by ACLU Alaska. Sponsored by Congregation Sukkat Shalom, Juneau People for Peace and Justice, Northern Light United Church, and … Continue reading