Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
The governor broke Alaska law when he used state resources to attack political opponents. Now, an independent counsel has given Governor Dunleavy poor marks in ethics.

The 22-page report finds a: "...lack of appropriate staff ethics awareness and supervision. These violations were also caused by the failure of staff that their actions were perilously close to, and in at least two cases all the way over, the ethical line drawn by the Ethics Act."

Who is supervising the Dunleavy administration? Apparently no one.
Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
Secretly-recorded tapes confirm what Alaskans have always known: Governor Dunleavy is working behind the scenes to advance the interests of a foreign mining company. We deserve a governor who stands against such blatant interference in our political process, rather than one who enables it. #akgov #akleg #recalldunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
Recall Dunleavy
Sure, it's a relief to see that Kevin Clarkson is now listed as "Former" Alaska Attorney General after sending 558 inappropriate text messages to a female colleague, but is one quiet resignation enough? Not by a long shot. What did the Governor know, why did he take so long to take action, and what does this say about the culture of the Dunleavy administration? #recalldunleavy #akgov #akleg

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. 

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Do you, family members, or friends still need to sign the recall petition in 2020? Join us for one of our upcoming Drive-Through Signature Gathering events in Fairbanks at the former Sports Authority parking lot near Barnes and Noble – May 29, 30 & 31 or in Anchorage at 3333 Denali Street – May 30 & 31. Sign a single use petition safely from your own vehicle.

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Alaskans Celebrate Historic Recall Win in Alaska Supreme Court

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Alaskans May Now Sign the Recall Petition at Home

Alaskans May Now Sign the Recall Petition at Home

Observing Social Distancing During COVID-19 Pandemic Effective immediately, Recall Dunleavy will launch, “Sign At Home,” a safe and remote method of signature collection that will replace all suspended, in-person signature gathering events during the COVID-19...

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