Saturday, August 22, 2009

Call or Visit Sen. Begich's Office This Coming Week and Demand Action on Health Care Reform!

These three courageous Mat-Su Valley Democratic Party women all raised their hands at the monthly Egan Dinner in Wasilla yesterday evening. The woman in the middle, grinning widely, is Katie Hurley, the secretary of Alaska's constitutional Convention.

They, and dozens of others agreed to call, write or visit Alaska Sen. Mark Begich's office this coming week. They'll be demanding that Mark understand that the majority of people who voted for him want substantive health care reform.

Sen. Begich has not been at all forthcoming on how he is handling the battle. Meanwhile, he is taking in war chest money from companies and organizations standing against any change whatsoever, unless it materially benefits them, to the detriment of the American public.

Here's information on Sen. Begich's three Alaska offices:


Peterson Tower, Suite 750
510 L St
Anchorage, AK, 99501
phone. (907) 271 - 5915
toll free. (877) 501 - 6275 - good only for area code 907 callers, but good everywhere in Alaska
fax. (907) 258 - 9305


101 12th Ave, Room 206
Fairbanks, AK 99701
phone. (907) 456-0261
fax. (907) 451-7290


One Sealaska Plaza, Suite 308

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 21850
Juneau, AK 99802

phone. (907) 586 - 7700
fax. (907) 586 - 7702

To email Sen. Begich, go to his Senate web page ,and click on the icon that reads EMAIL THE SENATOR.

Here are two YouTubes on this past week's issues in the health care debate, from the perspective of the progressive wing of the Democratic Party:


Jim said...

I'll email Senator Begich, but I doubt I'll make a difference. I'm just an Alaskan.

I've communicated with that office several times. I heard back once. The feedback was so generic it was irrelevant.

Anonymous said...

4 Sale Sign for "Blue Dogs". No conviction just building the war chest for next election

Begich is not his father and AK media should have investigated his Rubini ties more to show he is a prostitute for $$$

Hard core Dems didn't trust him during the election so why should we now?