Better decisions, together.
Powerful special interest groups, partisan politics and political corruption have largely left Alaskans on the sideline when it comes to making decisions about the future of our state.
a government for alaskans' best-interests
Investing and Accountability
If more Alaskans are involved in the decision-making process, we’ll make better choices about our future. That means more Alaskans at the ballot box. It means getting more Alaskans participating in local, state and federal governments.
It means exposing the conflicts of interest, the dirty dealings and unethical actions of our lawmakers. And it means we’ll hold leaders accountable when they sacrifice our long-term interests for political gain accountable for their actions.
MORE ALASKANS AT THE BALLOT BOX | MORE ALASKANS PARTICIPATING IN LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS
LEGISLATOR TO constituent RATIO
In Alaska, your voice matters more than ever.
Not many have the opportunity to contribute to their state’s policies in the way Alaskans do. In Alaska, we have a small, spread out population with a lot of land and a lot of responsibility. Big land requires even bigger voices, but a small population ensures more of those voices are heard. For instance, compared to California, your voice is over 25 times more powerful.
However, even though those under 45 make up the bulk of Alaska's population, only a small percentage of our legislators are part of our demographic. This means that we need to work harder to ensure our voices are represented and heard so our legacy can come to fruition.