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Vote while you fish – Register or change your registration before July 22 for the August 21 Primary.

Voter Registration Information Deadline July 22 to register or change your registration, to be eligible to vote in the August 21 primary. Candidates for Alaska Governor, Lt. Gov, U.S. House, 40 State House and 10 State Senate seats will compete in the primary election to become their party’s nominee in the November 6th general election. Registered voters have two ballot choices. To vote the Republican Primary ballot you must be registered Republican, Nonpartisan or Undeclared. Any registered voter may vote the combined Democratic, Libertarian, and Alaska Independence party ballot. Sample ballots have been posted - see Find out if you’re registered to vote and lookup your polling place location here:  (you must use your full middle name if it is included in your registration or it will not match.) Thousands of Alaskans are...
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Press Release: UFA’s Salmon Habitat Program publishes Bristol Bay Fish Stats for Pebble EIS Scoping

JUNEAU – UFA’s Salmon Habitat Information Program (SHIP) has posted fishing and seafood industry statistics for the communities, boroughs and census areas of the Bristol Bay region to highlight the huge impact of the region’s fisheries. The UFA-SHIP program is seeking to help raise awareness about the salmon and other fisheries of the area as the topic is front and center in the current scoping process for the Pebble Mine Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). 

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UFA Update: July 6, 2015

Greetings to our UFA members and friends! We hope that you are having a safe and prosperous summer. In an ongoing effort to enhance our communications with you, we are now using a mail service to deliver our updates. You can still expect the same high level of detail and information in your update with a new look and feel. With UFA’s use of the Mailchimp update delivery system, you will need to add UFA’s email addresses to your “approved/safe sender” list, even if you already have. It may take a

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