2020 Overview Many believed the existing bipartisan House Majority coalition could not hold after the 2020 election however, Future Now Fund helped to successfully defend the coalition working to improve lives for all Alaskans! FNF was one of the only national efforts to invest in Alaska and supported four endorsees who won their seats. Two endorsees were able to flip seats, including the seat formerly held by the minority leader. The bipartisan coalition provides a buffer against the narrow special interests that have dominated Alaska’s politics and a path ahead for improving lives for all Alaskans. 2020 Election Highlights FNF-endorsees in Alaska over-performed the top of the ticket by 3%.Representatives Adam Wool and Dan Ortiz were re-elected to serve in Juneau. Representative Calvin Schrage, a small business owner, and Representative Liz Snyder, a public health professional, both flipped their seats. Representative Dr. Liz Snyder, the only freshman Democrat and newly elected woman in the Alaska State House, beat Representative Adam Pruitt, a 10-year veteran of the State House and the right’s Minority Leader, by just 13 votes out of 9,000 cast in the 2020 election. It was her second time running against him.Representative Dan Ortiz won his race by 21%, even as Donald Trump carried his district by 14%. His 35% overperformance was one of the biggest for a state legislative candidate nationwide.