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degree, journalism, 1987Previous public offices held (include dates) and offices run for: Former mayor of Wasilla, Wasilla City Council, president of Alaska Conference of Mayors, Alaska Municipal League, Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, former chair of Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, 2002 candidate for lieutenant governor:

degree, journalism, 1987Previous public offices held (include dates) and offices run for: Former mayor of Wasilla, Wasilla City Council, president of Alaska Conference of Mayors, Alaska Municipal League, Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, former chair of Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, 2002 candidate for lieutenant governor

1. How would your administration move forward on a natural gas pipeline? How does your plan compare with the proposal negotiated by the Murkowski administration?:

1. How would your administration move forward on a natural gas pipeline? How does your plan compare with the proposal negotiated by the Murkowski administration?

All qualified and viable proposals will be considered. The Stranded Gas Development Act no longer applies. We will introduce a bill seeking a "law of general application." The bill will set forth key requirements, such as access to gas for Alaska communities, jobs for Alaskans, pre construction benchmarks, expansion provisions, reasonable tariff structure and legislative approval. The bill will also set forth incentives to qualified applicants that guarantee quick commencement.:

All qualified and viable proposals will be considered. The Stranded Gas Development Act no longer applies. We will introduce a bill seeking a "law of general application." The bill will set forth key requirements, such as access to gas for Alaska communities, jobs for Alaskans, pre construction benchmarks, expansion provisions, reasonable tariff structure and legislative approval. The bill will also set forth incentives to qualified applicants that guarantee quick commencement.

2. Do you believe the state should demand a firm construction start date for a gas line, despite the uncertainties of construction costs, permits and financing?:

2. Do you believe the state should demand a firm construction start date for a gas line, despite the uncertainties of construction costs, permits and financing?

Yes. If the state is going to offer incentives and award them to a specific proposal it is reasonable to expect a firm start date. Otherwise, other proposals need to be given the opportunity to begin construction.:

Yes. If the state is going to offer incentives and award them to a specific proposal it is reasonable to expect a firm start date. Otherwise, other proposals need to be given the opportunity to begin construction.

3. Do you support the natural gas reserves tax on the Nov. 7 ballot? If it passed, how would that affect your negotiations with the producers on a gas pipeline?:

3. Do you support the natural gas reserves tax on the Nov. 7 ballot? If it passed, how would that affect your negotiations with the producers on a gas pipeline?

I am opposed. This initiative is akin to taxing income before it is even earned. The way to get an agreement on building a pipeline is to negotiate not litigate.:

I am opposed. This initiative is akin to taxing income before it is even earned. The way to get an agreement on building a pipeline is to negotiate not litigate.

4. Do you support the Petroleum Profits Tax passed by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Murkowski? If no, why not?:

4. Do you support the Petroleum Profits Tax passed by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Murkowski? If no, why not?

My preference was a tax on the gross price with a price progressive index. We need to see how companies apply the tax credits within the law. If the credits are abused and Alaska is shortchanged, changes will be proposed. The intent of the credits is to encourage new exploration and infrastructure development.:

My preference was a tax on the gross price with a price progressive index. We need to see how companies apply the tax credits within the law. If the credits are abused and Alaska is shortchanged, changes will be proposed. The intent of the credits is to encourage new exploration and infrastructure development.

5. Would you continue state funding for the proposed Knik Arm and Gravina Island bridges?:

5. Would you continue state funding for the proposed Knik Arm and Gravina Island bridges?

Yes. I would like to see Alaska's infrastructure projects built sooner rather than later. The window is now while our congressional delegation is in a strong position to assist.:

Yes. I would like to see Alaska's infrastructure projects built sooner rather than later. The window is now while our congressional delegation is in a strong position to assist.

6. If Roe v. Wade were overturned and states could once again prohibit abortion, in your view, to what extent should abortion be prohibited in Alaska?:

6. If Roe v. Wade were overturned and states could once again prohibit abortion, in your view, to what extent should abortion be prohibited in Alaska?

Under this hypothetical scenario, it would not be up to the governor to unilaterally ban anything. It would be up to the people of Alaska to discuss and decide how we would like our society to reflect our values.:

Under this hypothetical scenario, it would not be up to the governor to unilaterally ban anything. It would be up to the people of Alaska to discuss and decide how we would like our society to reflect our values.

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8. Would you introduce or, if introduced by a legislator, would you support a bill to adopt the death penalty in Alaska? If yes, which crimes should it apply to?:

8. Would you introduce or, if introduced by a legislator, would you support a bill to adopt the death penalty in Alaska? If yes, which crimes should it apply to?

If the Legislature were to pass a bill that established a death penalty on adults who murder children, I would sign it.:

If the Legislature were to pass a bill that established a death penalty on adults who murder children, I would sign it.

9. The state's pension fund for employees and teachers is $6.9 billion in the red. How would you propose to address that? Should any of the burden of increased payments fall on local taxpayers, through their municipal governments and school districts?:

9. The state's pension fund for employees and teachers is $6.9 billion in the red. How would you propose to address that? Should any of the burden of increased payments fall on local taxpayers, through their municipal governments and school districts?

The state now has the responsibility to provide direct payments into the Public Employees' Retirement System/Teachers' Retirement System funds in order to make up the contributions that were shortchanged by previous governors. Gov. Murkowski is on the right track by proposing $500 million of the budget surplus as a deposit for next year. Future budget surpluses should be applied in similar fashion as a way of alleviating the burden on municipalities and school districts.:

The state now has the responsibility to provide direct payments into the Public Employees' Retirement System/Teachers' Retirement System funds in order to make up the contributions that were shortchanged by previous governors. Gov. Murkowski is on the right track by proposing $500 million of the budget surplus as a deposit for next year. Future budget surpluses should be applied in similar fashion as a way of alleviating the burden on municipalities and school districts.

10. What role does state government have, if any, in addressing global warming and climate change?:

10. What role does state government have, if any, in addressing global warming and climate change?

We need to analyze the potential economic costs, needs and opportunities associated with climate change. Let's be cautious in how we react to make sure we don't overreact. The Alaska Climate Impact Assessment Commission is supposed to assess the situation and issue a report on March 1, 2007. This is a good start.:

We need to analyze the potential economic costs, needs and opportunities associated with climate change. Let's be cautious in how we react to make sure we don't overreact. The Alaska Climate Impact Assessment Commission is supposed to assess the situation and issue a report on March 1, 2007. This is a good start.

11. Do you support an increase in state funded, faith based initiatives?:

11. Do you support an increase in state funded, faith based initiatives?

We see an adequate level of funding for faith based initiatives today.:

We see an adequate level of funding for faith based initiatives today.

12. What, specifically, would you do to help make rural Alaska sustain itself economically?:

12. What, specifically, would you do to help make rural Alaska sustain itself economically?

I support a municipal revenue sharing so local areas can nike air max 95 chaussures pas cher their own needs. The state needs to establish a rural energy plan that includes making the Power Cost Equalization endowment operational. Commercial fishing is a mainstay for many villages, and I oppose actions that cut off Alaskans from our fisheries.:

I support a municipal revenue sharing so local areas can nike air max 95 chaussures pas cher their own needs. The state needs to establish a rural energy plan that includes making the Power Cost Equalization endowment operational. Commercial fishing is a mainstay for many villages, and I oppose actions that cut off Alaskans from our fisheries.

13. This year saw the biggest wartime call up of Alaska National Guard troops ever. Combined with deployments of active duty forces, thousands of Alaskans are now serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere overseas. What's your view of the Iraq war, and do you support President Bush's "war on terror"?:

13. This year saw the biggest wartime call up of Alaska National Guard troops ever. Combined with deployments of active duty forces, thousands of Alaskans are now serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere overseas. What's your view of the Iraq war, and do you support President Bush's "war on terror"?