Dunleavy aide who campaigned against ranked-choice voting returns to ‘defense of the state’ head
Brett Huber, former senior official to Alaska GOP Governor Mike Dunleavy, is back in the governor’s office after leading last year’s campaign against the ballot measure that instituted ranked choice voting and d ‘other overhauls of the state electoral system.
Dunleavy’s administration clashed with Democratic President Joe Biden’s administration over land management, oil development and other issues, and Huber’s new title is “Senior Policy Advisor on Defense of the United Nations. ‘State’.
He will be responsible for “overseeing and coordinating the state of Alaska’s continued efforts to reassert control over land and water and fend off attempts by President Joe Biden’s federal agencies to over-regulate (and) go too far on the Alaskans, “Dunleavy’s office said in a statement. declaration.
A Dunleavy spokeswoman did not respond to a request for release from Huber’s salary.
Huber led Dunleavy’s successful governorship campaign in 2018, then served in the governor’s office as director of communications and political advisor.
He left the governor’s office last year to manage the campaign against the Alaskan Election Redesign initiative. Huber’s team lost 1%.