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House District 30
Tom Brice, Democrat



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DATE OF BIRTH: February 6, 1965
PLACE OF BIRTH: Fairbanks, Alaska
SPOUSE: Bridget
RESIDENCE &
MAILING ADDRESS:
2004 Central Avenue
Fairbanks, Alaska 99709
OCCUPATION: Laborer

LENGTH OF RESIDENCY
IN ALASKA:
17 years
Fairbanks: 1983-present, 1970-71, 1965-66

EDUCATION:
Habersham Central High School, 1983. University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1990.

POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT POSITIONS:
20th Legislature. Vice-Chair, Children's Caucus. Committee Assignments: Labor and Commerce; Health, Education and Social Services; Special Committee on Oil and Gas. Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Mental Health Parity Task Force, Delegate to the Domestic Violence Summit, Drug-free and Safe Schools Advisory Committee.

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:
Laborer

SERVICE ORGANIZATION(S) MEMBERSHIP:
Kiwanis Club of Fairbanks, UAF Alumni Association, Alaska Miners Association, Alaska IMPACT, NAACP, Laborers' Local #942

SPECIAL INTERESTS:
My family, Goldpanner baseball, hunting, canoeing reading

OTHER:
It has been an honor working for the people of Fairbanks for the past six years, I would appreciate your vote and support November 3rd.


STATEMENT:

As we face the new millenium we must take a long look into the future and figure out where we want to be during the bicentennial of Fairbanks and what decisions need to be made now to prepare.

Priorities

The University:

Education:
Jobs:
Alaska's most important resource is its people. Developing that resource must be the highest priority for our legislature. That means having schools with the technology and programs to prepare our children for either the workplace or higher education. It also means having a network available to ensure their safety and the resources to help those families having problems.

Preventing crime is always better than responding to it. When our police and troopers respond to a situation they must have the equipment and support to do so safely.

During the next two years I will continue to support our university and education system. Whether due to illness, age or disability, I will continue to support efforts that help people live independently and with dignity. I will continue to support the creation of jobs for Alaska and Fairbanks and oppose efforts to move Fairbanks jobs south. And I will support keeping our community safe.


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