2019 NFIB Alaska State Ballot Results

Date: January 14, 2019

Members give lobbying direction on four issues

NFIB thanks its Alaska members who took the time to vote their state ballot. Other associations poll their members but NFIB is the only one which centers its lobbying positions, both in Juneau and in Washington D.C., on what its members tell it through annual surveys are their concerns. The 2019 Alaska State Member Ballot asked four questions.

Should Alaska establish a carbon tax?
Yes—5 percent
No—91 percent
Und.—4 percent

Should Alaska increase use of general obligation bonds for infrastructure development?
Yes—27 percent
No—57 percent
Und.—16 percent

Should Alaska require each state resident to carry health insurance or pay a penalty?
Yes—7 percent
No—88 percent
Und.—5 percent

Should Alaska enact legislation promoting public sector membership?
Yes—5 percent
No— 86 percent
Und.—9 percent


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