Thank all of you who contributed your hard-earned dollars, made phone calls, knocked on doors, talked to friends and neighbors, waved signs, and participated in the largest grass roots campaign in Alaska history. Thanks to all who circulated and signed petitions to give Alaskans this choice. All of these efforts have helped write a memorable new chapter in Alaska's rich history---and will make a huge and positive impact on Alaska's promising future.

And thanks to all Alaskans for spending the time to come to an informed decision on this complicated issue. It's your state, your resources. Now it's your decision.

Vote Yes! Repeal the Giveaway!

We are real Alaskans, Republicans, Democrats and Independants from all walks of life and every corner of Alaska working together to repeal the oil tax giveaway which threatens our state. The effects of this misguided tax break are already being felt with a $2 Billion deficit in it's first year. By repealing the giveaway we want a responsible and equitable tax structure that is fair for the Oil Companies and for our State.

The Oil Companies and their supporters are spending over $8 Million to fight this effort while at the same time they are reducing production, exploration and development. The myths that they are spinning claims gloom and doom but in reality under a fair and equitable tax structure jobs were up, revenues and savings were up and their profits were astronomical.

By working together we can repeal this disasterous tax giveaway and restore Alaska's fiscal future! Join us and let's take Alaska back!

Meet more Alaskans who are Voting YES on One!



Vote 'Yes on One,' because the oil is ours Alaska Dispatch News | Sen. Bill Wielechowski August 7, 2014

The ethical case for the repeal of SB 21Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman | Mike Swanson August 3, 2014

Alaska Dishes Up Dazzling Profits for the Oil Industry As Alaska Sinks Deeper into Deficits|Sen. Bill Wielechowski August 1, 2014

Exxon goes too far with gas line claimFairbanks Daily News Miner | Bill Walker August 1, 2014

Securing Alaska's Future to Secure Our Nation|, Sarah Palin 8/1/2014

ConocoPhillips profits up, Alaska production down| Alaska Dispatch News, Pat ForgeyJuly 31, 2014

Step UpAnchorage Press | Ivan Moore July 30, 2014


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Phone bank every night this week beginning at 5:30pm. We'll meet at Campaign HQ, 545 E Northern Lights, right across from Sears Mall.

Monday, August 11, 7PM: KTVA's debate Ballot Measure 1 at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium. Jane Angvik, Chancy Croft and Sen. Bill Wielechowski will take on Andrew Halcro, Sen. Lesil McGuire and Kara Moriarty. If you are unable to attend, you can watch the debate live on KTVA Channel 11, GCI Channel 1 and online at or at guarantees to be an exciting debate and worth watching!

Sign waving at Benson and Northern Lights Thursday and Friday (8/14 & 8/15) 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM.


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