Governor takes roadshow to North Pole, Anchorage


Gov.  Michael Dunleavy is taking his budget discussion to North Pole and Anchorage. His “Statewide Discussion for a Permanent Fiscal Plan” are community-based discussions in partnership with different groups and organizations. The upcoming events follow successful roadshow visits in Ketchikan, Wasilla, Fairbanks, Nome, and Anchorage.

“We’ve had a remarkable few weeks outlining our budget and permanent fiscal plan with Alaskans, and look forward to continuing these discussions in North Pole, Anchorage and other communities across the state,” Dunleavy said.


2 – 3 pm: Church at North Pole, 2244 Peridot St, North Pole.

This event is open to the public and hosted by the Office of the Governor.


11:30 am – 1 pm: Anchorage Chamber of Commerce “Make It Monday” Forum, Dena’ina Civic & Convention Center, 600 W 7th Ave., Anchorage, AK

This event is organized and hosted by the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce. Information about attending can be found here.


  1. Hope the Governor let’s us have an early peek of his big red pen. Heard he carrys it in his right-side holster. No weapons permit or carry license required. Please bring it to North Pole, Big Mike.

  2. Will Tammie Wilson be there too? I plan on asking her in front of everyone, if she supports the governor’s PFD payout.

  3. Tammie Wilson was a NO show. Why do you think Dunleavy picked HER District and a CHURCH to discuss the BUDGET?
    Hello, anybody home! Wilson is supposed to be Republucan and conservative like Dunleavy. Instead, she is co-chair of House finance and plays footsie with all the Democrats. North Pole is a huge Red district. And now you know who Dunleavy is going after next.

  4. Thanks to Dave Talerico, the Gov is coming through the Interior tomorrow, the 23rd. Delta Junction, 9:30 – 10:30am at the Alaska Steak House. Tok, 1:30 – 2:30pm, Tok Visitor Center. Copper Valley, 5:45- 6:45pm, Glennallen High School.

    We here in Tok want to wish him a warm welcome and I know I’ll be holding a red pen in his honor.

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