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Al Gross (I-AK)

Dan Sullivan (R-AK)

Project Guardrail: Alaska 2020

Top Republicans are suddenly paying close attention to a sleepy Alaska Senate race after a little-known independent challenger with the state Democratic Party’s endorsement out-raised incumbent Dan Sullivan in the third quarter. Sullivan, part of the Republican wave that won control of the Senate in 2014.


Privately, that disparity is raising eyebrows among some Republicans, who worry Sullivan might be too complacent.
Lindsay Kavanaugh, a senior strategist for the Alaska Democratic Party, said Republican concerns are not misplaced. Sullivan, she said, “is not as in tune to what’s going on in this state as he should be.” 

Indeed, with current polling showing Alaska a statistical dead heat a pickup here could be our best shot at a majority in the United States Senate.


47 Democrats

The Alaska Senate Election is tied 45/46



Al Gross

Dan Sullivan

Source: 9.28.20 Harstad Strategies Poll click HERE for Official Memo

We are all in for Al Gross!

2008 U.S. Senate Election

Key Target Counties:

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Montana: Democrat Steve Bullock versus Republican Steve Daines


Montana: Democrat Steve Bullock versus Republican Steve Daines


Montana: Democrat Steve Bullock versus Republican Steve Daines


Montana: Democrat Steve Bullock versus Republican Steve Daines


Alaska Senate Election

Every Vote Counts!

How we take back Alaska: channel its' independent streak

Independent candidates are typically at a disadvantage, and Alaska has voted Republican in White House races since 1968. President Trump won the state by 14.7 percentage points three years ago. But Alaska voters are independent-minded, a quality that is occasionally nettlesome for Republicans and has produced quirky results. Here is how Al Gross can win:


  1. First, Gross needs resources ASAP so that he can finish filling out his core media and GOTV efforts.

  2. Second, Gross needs to MAXIMIZE turnout among voters Alaska Indian voters. They represent 17% of the states voting age population! (Click 👉 HERE to learn more about Native GOTV.)

  3. Third, Gross needs to increase the Democratic margin in urban and suburban counties that carried former Senator Mark Begich in 2008.

  4. Finally, a rising tide lifts all boats: Gross needs his Congressional running mate, Alyse Galvin (I-AK), who is polling 45/45 against Don Young (R-AK) continue to hold her own. (Click 👉 HERE to donate to Alyse Galvin!)

Dr. Al Gross – is certainly one of us. He has the ‘right stuff’ and understands how the influence of ‘big money’ has destroyed people’s trust in government. He can win, but not without your help. This race will be decided by a few thousand votes so don't wait or delay. Get involved right now.

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