We found ourselves standing next to the No on Prop 1 booth which was right next to the BP Booth. That got me thinking about who else had booths. Here are a few.
The Yes on 1 folks had a booth too, but by the time I got around to getting their picture it was almost 5pm and a lot of booths were already being dismantled.
US House candidate Forrest Dunbar was talking with the operations manager for the Alaska Workers Association, Barbara Sarantitis at the AWA booth.
AWA works with low-paid workers and their newsletter says
"AWA members cooperate year-round in organizing a self-help free-of charge Benefit Program that includes emergency food, cloting, preventive medical care, legal advice, non-emergency dental care . . ."
The Evangelical Lutheran Church of America was there letting people know that LGBT folks were welcome at their church. I didn't see Jim Minnery and his Love Your Gay Neighbor campaign.
The Anchorage International Film Festival had a booth to promoting the GayLa part of the festival. Three AIFF heavy weights were at the booth when I got there: Laura Moscatello, the general manager, and board members Rich Curtner, and Dean Franklin, who is also their web manager.
The National Park Service was there as well.