Alaska families and businesses depend on the jobs that come from our state’s abundant energy resources.
However, recent federal actions closed the door to much of Alaska’s energy opportunities – creating holes in our wallets and killing revenue that goes into our state’s schools, hospitals, roads, and other critical infrastructure.
Last Friday, President Trump announced an executive order that could RE-OPEN Alaska to energy development.
Now that we have a partner in DC, it is time for Alaskans to tell the federal government that we support this decision!
Tell the Alaska House and Senate to tell Washington that we support the development of Alaskan energy!
It’s important to speak out, as anti-development groups are vigorously fighting to stop all development in our state.
As an Alaskan, I am deeply troubled by recent federal actions that harmed energy-related jobs and economic development in our state.
That is why I strongly support HJR 22 and its clear signal to Washington, DC that Alaskans support the thoughtful development of our state’s energy and minerals and want restrictions lifted.
The ability of Alaska and the nation to benefit from our abundant natural resources has been artificially constrained by federal roadblock after federal roadblock.
Lifting these barriers and unleashing the full power of Alaskan energy is critical to the future of communities, families, and businesses across the state, and the way of life we’ve come to enjoy. The stakes could not be higher, especially with affordable and reliable energy, well-paying jobs, along with critical needs like functioning and well-maintained schools, hospitals, roads, and other infrastructure hanging in the balance.
Please support this important resolution and stand up for Alaska by voting yes for HJR 22.