Gov: Communication key to second year success

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Alaskans should expect to see much more of Gov. Michael J. Dunleavy in 2020.

Following a turbulent first year in office during which he proposed unprecedented cuts to the state budget, regularly sparred with fellow Republicans in the Legislature and watched an effort to recall him from office materialize, Dunleavy said he will be making more appearances across the state to talk with residents about what they want their state to be.

“I could’ve done a much better job at communicating. I’ll be the first to admit that,” Dunleavy said during a Dec. 2 interview with the Journal at his Atwood Building office in Anchorage.

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