Senator Mark Begich is running for re-election, and already has been endorsed by the Alaska Democratic Party. A life-long Alaskan, Senator Begich is an entrepreneur who served as Mayor of Anchorage. In the Senate, he has focused on reducing the federal deficit, expanding resource development in Alaska, and improving the federal government's treatment of military veterans. Check out his website for more information.
Byron Mallott is running for Governor, and already has been endorsed by the Alaska Democratic Party. Mallott has decades of business and public service experience, including running the Permanent Fund Corporation, Sealaska Corporation, and serving in every gubernatorial administration since statehood. Mallott began his career in public service when he was elected Mayor of Yakutat at age 22, and also served as Mayor of Juneau. If elected, Mallott would be the first Alaska Native or Native American Governor in America.
State Senator Hollis French has is running for Lieutenant Governor as a Democrat. Prior to his service in the State Senate, French worked as a prosecutor and for the the oil industry.
Bob Williams is running for Lieutenant Governor as a Democrat. Williams is an Alaska Teacher of the Year who grew up in a logging family in Palmer. Check out his website for more information.
Matt Moore is running for Congress as a Democrat. A small business owner from Anchorage, Moore has worked in the oil & gas and medical industries. Check out his website for more information.
If you are interested in becoming a candidate in future elections, please contact the Alaska Democratic Party at 258-3050.