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Walker for Governor
By Andy Rauwolf


August 12, 2010
Thursday PM

Sometime in the next ten years oil will stop flowing from the Alaska pipeline. Oil revenues comprise over 80% of our state operating budget. Experts now say that an in-state gas pipeline is the best alternative for our state. Bill Walker is the only man running who has the plan and the know-how to get an in-state gas pipeline built in time to offset some of the revenues which will soon be lost.

He is also the only candidate who was born and raised right here in Alaska, and is also the only candidate who is not a career politician.

Best of all, Bill Walker still keeps his carpenter tools handy and occasionally straps on his nail bags when something needs to get fixed. In my business it means a lot to see someone who isn't afraid to role up his sleeves and get his hands dirty.

Bill wants to roll up his sleeves for all of us and get Alaska back on the right track to a future of economic prosperity and job security for future generations of Alaskans.

Support Bill Walker for Governor.

Andy Rauwolf
Ketchikan, AK

About: General Contractor and Commercial Fisherman

Received August 12, 2010 - Published August 12, 2010


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