Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
All it takes it one reason, we have seven:

(1) Violating the Alaska constitution
Governor Dunleavy violated the Alaska Constitution and broke state law on multiple occasions. It's up to Alaskans to demand accountability and prevent further erosion of our laws and guiding principles.

(2) Defunding our universities
The governor's massive cuts to the University of Alaska system have shuttered dozens of key programs in both main campuses and satellite hubs across the state.

(3) Scandals
Governor Dunleavy's first two choices for Attorney General (Kevin Clarkson and Ed Sniffen)—the highest law officers in the state—resigned over sex scandals. Rather than working in the best interests of Alaska, high-ranking officials in the Dunleavy Administration have done harm and been an embarrassment to our state.

(4) Hurting Alaska's elders
Governor Dunleavy's first budget called for elimination of many senior benefits and as much as a 100% rise in Pioneer Home rates. Only lawsuits and the recall stand between the governor and our elders.

(5) Threatening our children's future
Governor Dunleavy's first budget called for a 25% cut to K-12 education, huge cuts to pre-K funding, and the complete elimination of Head Start. How is this possible from a former teacher and administrator? We don't have an answer.

(6) Dismantling coastal transportation
Governor Dunleavy's leadership has been the death knell for the Alaska Marine Highway System. Only a handful of ferries still operate, leaving coastal communities without a primary means of transporting residents, tourists, and goods needed to support local economies.

(7) Undermining the Alaskan economy
Governor Dunleavy has consistently favored outside companies at the expense of Alaskan jobs. Privatizing DMVs, using state resources to further foreign mining interests, no-bid contracts, and budget cuts that are hostile to Alaskan businesses have all hurt our economy.

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Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
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Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
Hi! Everyone. It's trivia!
Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
Hi! Everyone. It's trivia!
Recall Dunleavy
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Alaskans are taking a stand against a governor whose interests do not align with what is best for our state.

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Recall Dunleavy
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Help us raise $17,500 by 2/13 for the Street Team! Why the 13? It's the anniversary of Governor Dunleavy's first budget, designed to unravel the lives of Alaskans for the benefit of outside interests. Thanks for fighting back by supporting the recall! http://ow.ly/SDkL50Dtf69

AFTER SIX MONTHS OF WRONGFUL DELAY, THE RECALL WON IN ALASKA SUPREME COURT!

On May 8, 2020, Recall Dunleavy’s grounds were ruled legal by the Alaska Supreme Court. Thousands of Alaskans can now celebrate this long-awaited confirmation across the state and advance the biggest signature collection campaign in the state’s history.

“Together, Alaskans have prevailed in court and won after months of wrongful delays,” said Meda DeWitt, Recall Dunleavy Chair. “We’ve known since day one that we have the constitutional right to express our collective will and vote. The Alaska Supreme Court validated our grounds detailing the governor’s clear violation of the separation of powers, illegal and partisan misuse of state funds, and disturbing errors in executing his constitutionally mandated duties.”

The Committee will now collect over 40,000 more signatures to gather a total of over 71,252 required during the petition phase, or phase two, of the recall. 

IN THE MEDIA

Latest News Releases

Announcing the Recall Street Team

Announcing the Recall Street Team

Recall Dunleavy announces the placement of a canvassing team in Anchorage to gather an additional 10,000 petition signatures. A donation drive to raise the $17,500 needed to fund the team started Thursday.

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10,000 More Alaskans Request Recall Petitions

10,000 More Alaskans Request Recall Petitions

Since a January 19th announcement by Recall Dunleavy that efforts have renewed to remove Governor Dunleavy from office, Alaskans have responded quickly and vigorously with over 10,000 requests for mail-in petitions during regular outreach sessions.

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Recall Reboot Press Conference Gains State and National Coverage

Recall Reboot Press Conference Gains State and National Coverage

On January 19, Recall Dunleavy held a press conference, resulting in newspaper, television, and radio coverage across Alaska and around the lower 48. Recall Dunleavy chair Meda DeWitt cited the distribution of Covid vaccines and a greater understanding of Covid safety as motivation for Alaskans to finish gathering signatures. “We have a new energy flooding in from Alaskans.”

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Surge of volunteer engagement leads the Recall Reboot

Surge of volunteer engagement leads the Recall Reboot

With a vaccine being distributed throughout the state, Alaskans are surging back to the recall to help gather signatures. “There are tens of thousands Alaskans out there that are ready to sign this petition, it is our job to give them the opportunity.”

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The recall reboots to collect 22,000 signatures by mid-March

The recall reboots to collect 22,000 signatures by mid-March

With a vaccine on the horizon and the November election finished, Alaskans are turning their attention back to the recall. Over the next 8 weeks, we’ll be collecting the final 22,000 petition signatures. Thanks to super volunteer Pat Race who created our new “reboot” graphics. Here is his letter to fellow recall supporters.

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Announcing the recall’s new toll-free number: 866-SIGN4AK

Announcing the recall’s new toll-free number: 866-SIGN4AK

Responding to Alaskans who have poor internet access in rural areas of the state, the recall announces a toll-free number to make requesting a mail-in petition easier.  If Alaskans aren’t able to go online to request a petition, they can now simply call 866-SIGN4AK — 866-744-6425 and request a booklet in the mail.

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