Bring Jobs and Investment to Alaska

 

Alaska’s economy is currently in recession and we have the highest unemployment rate in the country.  The worst possible response to a struggling private sector is to impose a statewide income tax, the path Governor Walker wants to take.  We can’t tax our way to prosperity.  The only way to restore our economy and bring new jobs to Alaska is to create a business climate that encourages investment, instead of making it more difficult.

How can this be done?  By significantly reducing the budget and constraining future growth through a meaningful spending cap.  By not changing tax policy every few years.  By eliminating regulations that obstruct investment.  By actually doing these things, instead of just talking about them.

We need to get back to creating wealth again, not taking a dollar from the pocket of one Alaskan and giving it to another.  Our vast resource base holds the key for creating new, family wage jobs.  But our permitting process all too often works against responsible resource development instead of supporting investment.

As Governor, I will work with our partners in the oil and gas industry and support policies that encourage more investment.  I will work aggressively to reinvigorate our timber industry.  I will promote our Alaskan seafood and tourism industries.  And I will be an advocate for expanding a mining industry that has barely scratched the surface in terms of realizing its full potential.

I’m convinced that industry and small business can once again thrive in our state.  All too often, it’s government bureaucracy standing in the way.  With new leadership and common sense policies, Alaska’s best days are ahead.

Bring Jobs and Investment to Alaska

 

Alaska’s economy is currently in recession and we have the highest unemployment rate in the country.  The worst possible response to a struggling private sector is to impose a statewide income tax, the path Governor Walker wants to take.  We can’t tax our way to prosperity.  The only way to restore our economy and bring new jobs to Alaska is to create a business climate that encourages investment, instead of making it more difficult.

How can this be done?  By significantly reducing the budget and constraining future growth through a meaningful spending cap.  By not changing tax policy every few years.  By eliminating regulations that obstruct investment.  By actually doing these things, instead of just talking about them.

We need to get back to creating wealth again, not taking a dollar from the pocket of one Alaskan and giving it to another.  Our vast resource base holds the key for creating new, family wage jobs.  But our permitting process all too often works against responsible resource development instead of supporting investment.

As Governor, I will work with our partners in the oil and gas industry and support policies that encourage more investment.  I will work aggressively to reinvigorate our timber industry.  I will promote our Alaskan seafood and tourism industries.  And I will be an advocate for expanding a mining industry that has barely scratched the surface in terms of realizing its full potential.

I’m convinced that industry and small business can once again thrive in our state.  All too often, it’s government bureaucracy standing in the way.  With new leadership and common sense policies, Alaska’s best days are ahead.

(907) 302-1840

info@AlaskansForDunleavy.com

 

Paid for by Alaskans for Dunleavy, PO Box 190251, Anchorage, AK 99519

(907) 302-1840

info@AlaskansForDunleavy.com

Paid for by Alaskans for Dunleavy

PO Box 190251, Anchorage, AK 99519