FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 2002 Sen. Frank Murkowski (R-Alaska) is promising to focus on village safety if he is elected governor of Alaska. Murkowski laid out some of his health and safety agenda at a speech yesterday. He said he would push for more village public safety officers and get tough on bootleggers in dry villages. He also said he would target substance abuse and suicide. Get the Story:
Murkowski discusses health care (The Anchorage Daily News 8/30)
Murkowski hires new campaign manager (The Anchorage Daily News 8/30)
Murkowski shows off non-GOP support (The Anchorage Daily News 8/30) Relevant Links:
Sen. Frank Murkowski, U.S. Senate - http://murkowski.senate.gov
Frank Murkowski, campaign site - http://www.frankmurkowski.com Related Stories:
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