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House District 9
Harold V. "Hal" Smalley, Democrat



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DATE OF BIRTH: November 22, 1946
PLACE OF BIRTH: Hood River, Oregon
SPOUSE: Arleen Susan Smalley
CHILDREN: Kristopher, Brian
RESIDENCE ADDRESS:
105 Linwood Lane
Kenai, Alaska 99611
MAILING ADDRESS:
PO Box 1996
Kenai, Alaska 99611
E-MAIL ADDRESS: hsmalley@alaska.net
OCCUPATION: Retired
LENGTH OF RESIDENCY
IN ALASKA:
28 years

Kenai: 1974-present
Kwigillingok: 1972-74
Napakiak: 1970-72

EDUCATION:
Astoria High, 1963-65, Diploma. Clatsop Community College, 1965-67, Assoc. Arts.; Oregon College of Ed., 1967-69, B.S. Century University, 1989-90, M.A.

POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT POSITIONS:
Kenai Planning and Zoning Commission Member/Chair, Kenai City Council, Alaska Municipal League

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:
President, Kenai Peninsula Education Association. Board of Directors, NEA-AK. Kenai Peninsula Central Labor Council. Challenger Learning Center: Ed. Committee; Alternate Board Member. Commercial Fisherman. Teacher, Kenai Peninsula Borough, 20 Years. Alaska State Track and Field Assoc.

SERVICE ORGANIZATION(S) MEMBERSHIP:
Kenai Chamber of Commerce, North Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Kenai Elks Lodge, Kenai Moose Lodge

SPECIAL INTERESTS:
Hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, family and friends, sports

OTHER:
AFS Exchange Program, Habitat for Humanity, KPHA Hockey, Food Bank/Soup Kitchen, Love Inc., Church Choir, AMOR Youth Project (Mexico), High School Coach


STATEMENT:

People in District 9 deserve the best representation possible. I have a proven record of listening and responding and I am committed to improving the quality of life in our communities. I will provide representation you can trust. As your Representative I will work for:

Jobs and Economy.

Open Honest Government.
Balance the Budget.
Roads and Road Maintenance.
Education.
I will work to restore confidence in elected officials by maintaining high standards of ethical behavior. I will listen, and then make decisions which benefit the common good. It's time to send a representative to Juneau whom the voters can trust and who will serve with dignity and respect.

I would appreciate your vote.


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