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LWV Alaska Judicial Appointment and Retention Study


At its 2015 Annual Meeting, the League of Women Voters of Alaska approved a study of Alaska's Judicial Appointment and Retention System. The study committee completed its activities in the fall of 2015 and presented to the Board its findings along with a series of consensus questions (see "Consensus Questions..."). Local Leagues held consensus meetings in December of 2015. A final Position Statement on Judicial Appointment and Retention was adopted in January 2016.


This website includes links to research materials gathered by the study committee for use by Local Leagues in their respective consensus meetings.

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University of Alaska Fairbanks

State Board Members

Judy Andree, President
(Juneau) 2022

Shari George, Vice-President
(Tanana Valley) 2022

Sandy Garity, Secretary
(Central Kenai Peninsula) 2022

Shirley Pittz, Treasurer
(Anchorage) 2023
Pat Redmond, Past-President
(Anchorage) 2022


Carol Dickason

(Anchorage) 2022

Gayle Garrigues

(Tanana Valley) 2023

Carrie Henson 

(Central Kenai Peninsula) 2022

Marianne Mills

(Juneau) 2022

Cathleen Rolph

(Central Kenai Peninsula) 2023

Sue Sherif

(Tanana Valley) 2022

Local League Presidents

Shirley Pittz

LWV of Anchorage 2022

Carrie Henson
Central Kenai Peninsula League of Women Voters 2022

Sue Sherif
LWV of Tanana Valley 2022

Kirsa Hughes-Skandjis

LWV of Juneau 2022

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