Service. Solutions. Results.
I’ve dedicated my life to serving Alaska and America. I’ve served on active duty and in the reserves in the U.S. Marine Corps for 20 years as an infantry officer. As Alaska’s Attorney General and Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources, I focused on protecting Alaskans, promoting energy security and economic opportunity, and fighting against the Obama Administration's overreach.
We need leaders in Washington, D.C. who will rise above the negativity and gridlock that is plaguing our country. I’m an optimist and I strongly believe that Alaska and America’s best days are ahead. As your U.S. Senator, I will bring new energy to Alaska and to the U.S. Senate to seize the promising future that lies before us.
Dan Sullivan has dedicated his life to serving Alaska and America. He is a proven leader with a strong record of getting big things done for our state. As Alaska’s Attorney General and Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources, his accomplishments have focused on protecting Alaskans, promoting energy security and economic opportunity, and fighting against the Obama Administration overreach... Read More.
Dan met his wife Julie Fate of Fairbanks 24 years ago when she worked for the late Senator Ted Stevens. Julie introduced Dan to the beauty and majesty of Alaska when he was a young man – at her family’s fish camp on the Yukon River and viewing the Northern Lights on cold clear nights in Fairbanks... Read More.
Dan is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. He has served in the Marines since 1993 on active duty and in the reserves as a Marine infantry and reconnaissance officer. He is currently the Commanding Officer of 6th ANGLICO (Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company), Marine Forces Reserve... Read More.
From December 2010 to September 2013, Dan served as Alaska’s Commissioner for the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). In addition to leading the 1,100 professionals at DNR, Dan was responsible for managing one of the largest portfolios of oil, gas, renewable energy, minerals, timber, land, and water in the world, as well as overseeing regulatory activities on approximately 160 million acres of state land and 40,000 miles of coastline... Read More.
From May 2006 to January 2009, Dan served as the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Economic, Energy, and Business Affairs. The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed his nomination by President George W. Bush. In his role, he served as a senior advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other top U.S. government officials on the formulation and execution of international energy, economic, trade, finance, sanctions and terrorist finance, transportation, telecommunications, and Arctic policies... Read More.