Ann Brown, formerly of Fairbanks and now of Anchorage, has been elected vice chair of the Alaska Republican Party.
After former Chairman Tuckerman Babcock resigned last month, Glenn Clary became chair, leaving the vice chair empty. The election of Brown occurred Saturday at the State Central Committee quarterly meeting in Anchorage.
Brown is an experienced trial lawyer and was the managing partner of her firm’s branch office, concentrating her work on labor and employment law. Notably, she has done a significant amount of work for churches and representing free speech and First Amendment cases.
Glenn Clary is the administrative pastor at Anchorage Baptist Temple. He was a delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention from Alaska.