Nov. 3, 2020 U.S. Senate

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Dr. Al Gross For U.S. Senate
Alaska is broken. Politicians in Juneau and Washington DC are serving themselves and the special interests, not us.

We can change Washington, and it starts by changing the people we send there. I'm not a politician. I'm a commercial fisherman, an orthopedic surgeon, and a lifelong Alaskan. I'm running as an Independent because I want the freedom in Washington to always do what's right for working families, and put Alaska first.

It's time we are represented by someone who knows our people, our land, the waters that surround us, and what makes our state so special.

It is my promise that as your Senator, I will fight tirelessly so Alaska can rebuild and deliver its promise to all Alaskans so·we all can stay, and succeed.
– Dr. Al Gross

Dr. Al Gross For U.S. Senate

Al Gross is a commercial fisherman, an orthopedic surgeon, and a lifelong Alaskan. His wife, Monica, is a pediatrician, and they both had medical practices here, raised four kids, and sent them to Alaska's public schools.

Now Al Gross is running as an Independent for the U.S. Senate because there are too many politicians in Washington that put the Special Interests and their political party first.

For Al Gross, it's always about Alaska.
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Thank you for joining me as I travel across our state and listen to you and learn from Alaskans. Here are six big reasons why you should fire Dan Sullivan and send me to the United States Senate to represent your interests. Unlike Dan Sullivan:

   I will always put Alaskans first and not simply follow party lines.
•    As a non-partisan Independent and a doctor, I will spearhead a bipartisan solution to cut healthcare costs that will promote new business development, create new jobs in Alaska, and give relief to hard working Alaskans.
•    I will keep government out of women's healthcare and reproductive rights.
•    As a fisherman, I will block Pebble Mine and will be a steward for our fisheries, oceans, and lands.
•    I will be a leader on climate change and arctic development.
•    I will take on big pharma to combat skyrocketing drug prices and the supply side of our opioid crisis.

Born and raised in Juneau, Al is a lifelong Alaskan with deep roots in our state. Al's teenage years were shaped by a greater vision for Alaska's future. His father, Avrum Gross, was Attorney General for Governor Jay Hammond, the father of the Permanent Fund and the Dividend, and they were close friends. His mother, Shari, was the first Executive Director of the United Fishermen of Alaska and she founded the League of Women Voters Alaska. Al started commercial fishing when he was 14 and had 3 boats before his first car. He fished all across the state in 5 different fisheries and worked to put himself through college and medical school. After his medical training he returned home to Juneau as an orthopedic surgeon with his wife Monica, a pediatrician. Together they raised four great kids while balancing their careers in medicine.

Al practiced orthopedic surgery in Southeast Alaska for over 20 years before going back to school to earn a master's in public health in 2015, focusing on economics and comparing health care systems. He left a full time successful surgical practice to reform our state and national health care system. It is clear: healthcare costs are hurting Alaskans and hurting our economy. Al cares about Alaska and is working to change this. He continues to commer­cial fish and works as an orthopeaic surgeon part time in Petersburg. He also volunteers every year teaching at a children's orthopedic surgical hospital in Cambodia. Al is an avid hunter and outdoorsman. He and Monica currently live in Anchorage. Al will always put Alaska first.

•    Orthopedic Surgeon
•          Petersburg Medical Center, 1994-present
•          Juneau, Alaska 1994-2013
•          Children's Surgical Center, Cambodia, 2015-present
•    Founder, President, and Co-owner Juneau Bone and Joint Center 2006-2013
•    Commercial Fisherman, 1978-present
•    Honorary Commander 4/25 Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 2019
•    Master's Degree in Public Health, UCLA, 2015
•    Medical Degree, Alaska WWAMI, University of Washington, 1989
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