John S. Brown

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John S. Brown
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Candidate for
Alaska House of Representatives, District 10
High schoolCascade Senior High School
Campaign website
John S. Brown (b. January 20, 1956) was a Democratic candidate for District 10 of the Alaska House of Representatives. The primary election was on August 24, 2010, and the general election was on November 2, 2010.

Brown was a candidate for the Alaska House of Representatives in 2008, but was not elected.


Brown received his diploma from Cascade Senior High School in 1974. He has worked as superintendent for Heavy Highway Projects, as rig oiler for a construction field, and as field representative for Local 302.



See also: Alaska House of Representatives elections, 2010

Mobley was unopposed in the August 24 primary. He was defeated by Republican Steve M. Thompson in the November 2 general election.[1]

Alaska House of Representatives District 10 General Election (2010)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Steve M. Thompson (R) 2,099
John S. Brown (D) 1,229



Campaign themes

Brown's website highlighted the following campaign themes:

  • Energy
Excerpt: "The up and down cost of energy has hurt families and businesses in Fairbanks for decades. There is no reason with the energy resoures Alaska has for this to be the case."
  • Education
Excerpt: "Low graduation rates have plagued us for too long. We must work with our teachers and schools to bring up those graduation rates, with respect to Alaska’s unique educational challenges and without the burden of poorly conceived federal requirements like “No Child Left Behind”."
  • Ethics
Excerpt: "Honest government means doing what’s right, even when no one is watching. We must restore the trust that has been lost in our elected leaders. Decisions shouldn’t be made behind closed doors."[2]


Brown and his wife, Kelly, have two children.

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