Differences over the fiscal gap will be at play in three legislative races this year in rural Southeast.
The candidates vying to represent rural Southeast residents in the state Senate have very different approaches to running Alaska's government. Democratic incumbent Georgianna Lincoln of Rampart, who has served 12 years in the state House and Senate, wants government to have a better chance of serving Alaskans. She said that's been hard due to recent reductions in funding and services.
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