|Mike Dunleavy spoke to Alaskans in Eagle River during his campaign for governor.|
|Former Gov. Bill Walker and Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott once shook hands.|
Under terms of the Alaska Constitution candidates for governor who don’t measure up once elected are replaced in four years. The most recent example of this fact was with one-term governor Bill Walker and Byron Mallott. Even some of their previously strident supporters didn’t want to have to vote for them again in 2018. So, the Democrats ran Mark Begich in high hopes he would sweep into office after all of his previous accomplishments as Mayor of Anchorage and U.S. Senator.
|Mark Begich, Anchorage School District Graduate|
What a Tangled Web We Weave…