Senator Myers on Being in a 3 Member Minority



Senator Robert Myers was born in Fairbanks and spent much of his young childhood at the Salchaket Roadhouse, a watering hole between Fairbanks and Delta Junction that his parents owned. Early on, he developed a passion for Alaska and attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks where he studied philosophy, political science, and history. During college he drove for a tour company and loved sharing Alaska with his guests. He currently drives a truck for a living and travels the Haul Road frequently. As a member of the three person minority in the Alaska State Senate, Myers will have new challenges and opportunities this legislative session. I’m grateful he’s on the show today.Hope you can tune in.

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