Survey: Senate Democrats want to hear from you



Sen. Bill Wielechowski of Anchorage and his fellow Senate Democrats have a survey they want you to complete, because they want your opinion before they head to Juneau for the lawmaking season. The survey asks everything from your opinion on crime and the Pebble Project to whether you think state spending is too high, too low, or just about right. There’s also a question about paying back the portion of the Permanent Fund dividend that was cut during the Walker Administration.

Here’s the link to the survey:


  1. “Billy, don’t be a hero, don’t be a fool with your life”…..oops, a Paper Lace flashback
    How long have you been a Senator Bill? Glad you’re checking the pulse of your constituency. “Names and addresses won’t be associated with individual responses”. That is hilarious! Kind of like the ‘confidential anonymous’ department employee climate survey I participated in once – or should I say ‘didn’t’ participate in. I was asked by the deputy commissioner to hurry up and get my climate survey response in! Huh? Anonymous? How’d he know I hadn’t done one? So I decided to whip one out – hope he liked it 🙂

  2. Do your job like you want it in your house
    Spend what you earn
    Dividend is Alaskans so give it back to Alaskans not few politicians spenders on special interests
    Dividend was doing great half the world want to use this program some smart politicians want to screw it up so dont change it its doing great
    Less laws to make people miserable with tons of paperwork in the end you do the job just straight forward permitting not endless bureaucrat
    Alaska would be doing great if they count the earnings this is how much we have not to spend a dollar more if big projects come up slowly build the funds then start say how you do a project in your home

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