Senate 2020: In Alaska, a Controversy Over an Embattled Mine Has Tightened the Race

InsideClimate News | Oct 19, 2020 at 11:00 AM
  • This story is part of a series focusing on climate change in key Senate races on the ballot in November.
  • It has been in the works for years, and has been opposed by a majority of Alaskans, including Gross, because of its potential to damage the fishery and the industries, tribes and wildlife that depend on it.
  • Sullivan, he points out in the ad, was among the senators who in 2015 voted against a resolution affirming that humans were contributing to climate change and has called Alaskans “climate change alarmists.”