Incumbent Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan said that he’s been doing a good job for rural Alaska, and wants another term in the U.S. Senate. He pointed to his support of public safety funding, and to Attorney General William Barr’s allocation of federal money for rural policing as proof of his effectiveness.
This week on Coffee@KYUK, we’re talking with Alaska’s U.S. Senate candidates. Our guest for Oct. 13 is Dr. Al Gross, an independent who won the Democratic primary and is campaigning to replace Republican incumbent Dan Sullivan in the U.S. Senate.
John Wayne Howe is one of three candidates running for Alaska's open U.S. Senate seat, and is competing in the general election on Nov. 3 as part of the Alaska Independence Party. Howe is the first of the senate candidates to be interviewed on Coffee at KYUK. We are also interviewing Independent candidate Dr. Al Gross and Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan.