February 10, 2021 •
Alaska Governor Proposes Special Election to Borrow Millions for Construction Projects
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has introduced a proposal to borrow $356.4 million for a variety of construction projects across the state.
The proposal calls for a special election this coming spring or summer to allow voters to ratify or reject the plan.
If a borrowing plan passes the Senate and House, it must also be approved by voters statewide.
The governor is also proposing a special election to speed the process.
The election would take place between 90 and 120 days after the Legislature adjourns its regular session.
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