Hello, I’m Paul Dale and I want to represent you in the Alaska Legislature
Paul Dale of Nikiski is announcing his candidacy for the District 29 State House seat. Paul is running as a Nonpartisan, and is excited to represent the diverse communities of Nikiski, Sterling, Cooper Landing, Funny River, Hope, Moose Pass and Seward in the Alaska Legislature next year.
“Alaska faces difficult challenges,” says Dale. “Certainly, some of those challenges are easy to identify — such as budget and revenue issues — and others are less evident, such as increasing levels of political polarization of many elected and non-elected government officials. My background as a businessman, combined with my civic experience, will prepare me to tackle the issues our communities and state face.”
Performance, accountability and integrity are all more important to Paul than political ideologies. That’s why he is running as an Nonpartisan, Independent candidate.
Paul Dale is a lifelong Alaskan who has lived in Nikiski since 1989. Paul, along with his wife Brenda, started Snug Harbor Seafoods in 1990. Every summer since about 2010, the company employed at least 250 people, and for the last decade, Snug Harbor brought in millions of dollars in annual gross earnings. The Dale’s sold the majority of the company’s assets in 2019.
Paul served as a member of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly from 1983-1985, where he was instrumental in establishing the Kenai River Special Management Area. He has also served on numerous boards, including the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute’s export committee, Alaska Salmon Alliance and the Alaska Fisheries Marketing Board.
Paid for by Paul Dale for House District 29, PO Box 2725 Kenai, Alaska 99611