Birds of a feather

Reading mayoral hopeful Forrest Dunbar’s campaign endorsements is more than enlightening. It is frightening.

They include: The Alaska Center, United Brotherhood of Carpenters, Local 1281, International Organization of Masters, Mates, and Pilots, Teamsters Local 959, Anchorage Firefighters Union Local 1264, Anchorage Democrats, Alaska Public Employees Association/American Federation of Teachers Political Action Committee EPIC, Anchorage Education Association!, Anchorage Central Labor Council, International Union of Painters and Allied Traces District Council 5, Planned Parenthood Alliance Advocates, March On Alaska, the local movement of the national Women’s March, Ironworkers Local 751, AFSCME Retiree Chapter 52, International Union of Operating Engineers Local 302, Alaska State Employees Association Local 52, UA Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 367, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 1547 and the Alaska District Council of Laborers.

Add to that, activists and community organizers and the list paints a pretty clear picture. There can be no doubt how this bird plans to fly.

2 Responses to Birds of a feather

  1. M. J. D. April 27, 2021 at 9:38 pm

    This is EXACTLY why I tell Local 1281 I will Not attend any meetings. Tired of my dues supporting someone I would never support.

  2. Angry Viking April 27, 2021 at 11:42 am

    And we’re already being inundated with radio ad after ad after ad claiming Bronson is worse than teen acne, just exactly like the out-of-state funded campaign for Al Gross.

    I for one will NEVER vote for a local candidate who receives the bulk of his campaign funding from out of state. My vote is not for sale to the lower 48 special interests.

    My personal bottom line? I want this covid masking idiocy OVER and there’s one way for that to happen. ELECT A CONSERVATIVE MAYOR. That man’s name is BRONSON.


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