Walden / Lange
for Alaska 2022
Alaska Deserves Better!
Bruce Walden is a career soldier who served out of love of country and our way of life. After twenty-one years of service, he came to realize that the country for which he stood is being slowly turned into something else… something that does not resemble the country he served. Let us begin to lead our country by taking our place as an equal partner with the other states and by pursuing the following priorities:
Security of our people, Election Reform, Education, Real Infrastructure, Fossil Fuels, Agriculture, Employment and Industry, The Permanent Fund Dividend, Keep our best and brightest at home, Defense of Alaska, Fishing Rights, Alaska Deserves Better!
Join us as we take back what has been taken from Alaska and restore our state’s greatness.
Security of our people
families, and children. Human Trafficking is running like wildfire in Alaska and has to stop. Drug Trafficking hand in hand with the dumping of illegal aliens into our state by the Biden administration goes unchecked. Every Alaskan, if any, left behind in Afghanistan by this president must be accounted for, by name.
While my opponents talk about it, I know how to make it work. The Western Susitna Valley lies awaiting our farmers, and new farmers from outside our state to move in and begin cultivating. Much of that will be done in hydroponic greenhouses, but we MUST become self sufficient. At the same time we will seek to have the Jones act repealed or at least altered.
We will look at the real cost of the Knik Arm Bridge and we will build it. Alaska will become a leader in the Cut and Cover roadway industry by building such systems to move traffic through Anchorage and other such places but in new and innovative ways. Proven “Theater of Operations” bridge and road construction will open up the Western Susitna Valley as well as other areas and will skirt around the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge.
The Permanent Fund Dividend:
The Permanent Fund Dividend must be restored, and every dime stolen from the Alaskans must be repaid. The Permanent Fund is hovering around $85 billion right now and if they paid out every dime owed to Alaskans we’d still have around $74 billion in there. With oil prices rocketing skyward under the… well, the folks in the White House, we’d make that back up in no time. Many Alaskans rely on that infusion each year.
20 March 2022 ( 1:00pm to 3:00pm)
Freedom Ralley at the Midway Mall Anchorage
02 April 2022 (11:00am)
Chugach Sr. Center AMAC meeting
07 May 2022 (5:30pm to 8:00pm)
Palmer Depot Debate with other governor candidates