Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Podcast: Alaska Energy Dudes and Divas

I will be launching the Alaska Energy Dudes and Divas Podcast in May 2018.  The podcast will be weekly discussion on issues that impact you, and your family. 

I am excited, and appreciate all the support I have received in my efforts to educate Alaskans.  Guests have been booked through the end of August. It is important that Alaskans understand the issues going into this election cycle. 

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

$20 for your PFD Raw Data

Registered to vote twice
Deborah Brollini
Alaska Energy Dudes and Divas

You were automatically registered to vote against your will when you signed up for your PFD due to a voter initiative passed in 2016. Lucky for me, the initiative registered me to vote twice. I thought it was funny when I testified to Senate State Affairs. But, it’s not.

The Division of Elections will be selling your raw data from your PFD application to whoever wants it for $20 bucks. The data sold will be right down to your address, your precinct, phone number, and your email address. The PFD Division testified this morning that your social security number, and your drivers license number are ‘secure’ and would not be shared when the data is transferred from the PFD Division to the Division of Elections.

I am a technical writer, and I have concerns regarding ‘opt-in,’ and opt-out’ language that will be options for Alaskans who will be completing their PFD online applications. Senator John Coghill offered an amendment in Senate State Affairs that would ask Alaskans if they want to ‘opt-in’ to registering to vote, which I support. You should not be forced to register to vote.

Alaskans overwhelmingly supported the PFD voter registration initiative. However, Alaskans did not vote to have their PFD raw data compromised, and/or their PFD data sold for $20.00. Sen. Peter Micciche, Sen. Sen. Natasha Von Imhoff, and Sen. Anna MacKinnon grilled the Division of Elections, and the PFD Division this morning during a Senate Finance Committee meeting. The Senators raised some serious issues regarding our constitutional right to privacy, and our PFD raw data.

I have been stalked and harassed through interstate lines by a journalist. I do NOT want my cell number sold for $20.00 to anyone. The Division of Elections will be sending out letters to Alaskans asking if they want to ‘opt-out’ of their PFD/voter registration information being shared, and/or sold to third -parties. It is important for Alaskans to OPT-OUT. You will have 30 days to respond.

Senate Finance Co-Chair Senator Anna MacKinnon set the bill aside.

OPT-OUT when you get your letter from the Division of Elections.


Deborah Brollini's PFD Voter Initiative Blog Post

The PFD Voter Registration Initiative's largest donor was the out-of-state organization The New Venture Fund.

The New Venture Fund donated $819,000. Alaskans donate $2,913.00

New Venture Fund

Prop 1 PFD Voter Registration Initiative Campaign Manager Joins the Walker Administration

APOC Income Report

SB 186

SB 186 - Committee Substitute

SB 186 - VIDEO:  Senate Finance Committee Hearing April 10, 2018 - SB 186 begins at 44:00 http://www.akleg.gov/basis/Meeting/Detail?Meeting=SFIN%202018-04-10%2009:00:00


Monday, March 5, 2018

Good News: Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission

Unbelievable testimony from Alaska Oil Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) Commissioner Cathy Foerster to Senate Resources. All roads to Alaska's prosperity lead through the AOGCC.

Commissioner Foerster did offer some good news for Alaskans
"there was no decline"

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Proposition 1: PFD Automatic Voter Registration - $1,174,413

The New Venture Fund dropped an additional $210,000 into the PFD automatic voter registration Prop 1 (Prop 1) campaign this past week. The New Venture Fund's campaign contributions total $819,000. Prop 1 campaign contributions total $1,174,413 with Alaskans only contributing $2,913.00 to the cause. That should give Alaskans pause.

APOC income report http://bit.ly/2fywFwk