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Tammie Wilson is a member of the Alaska House of Representatives, representing District 2.[1] Prior to holding this position, she was a member of the Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly.[citation needed]

Wilson ran for the FNSB Assembly each year from 2006 to 2008. In 2006, she challenged incumbent Charlie Rex. Rex was re-elected by an extremely narrow margin.[citation needed]

Wilson mounted another campaign for Assembly in 2007, finishing second, before being elected the following year, running unopposed that time. In 2009, she ran for FNSB Mayor, as incumbent Jim Whitaker was term-limited. She came in second out of six candidates in the regular election.[2] As no candidate achieved the threshold of a 40 percent plurality, Wilson and first-place candidate Luke Hopkins faced each other in a runoff election. Hopkins would win by 844 votes out of over 17,000 votes cast.[citation needed] While she attributed her political involvement to defense of junkyards (that would impact her), Tammie's campaign was dogged by revelation of a long standing formal complaint against her junkyard (lack of screening). [3][4][5]

Gene Therriault had resigned from the Alaska Senate in 2009 to take a position as senior energy policy advisor to Alaska Governor Sean Parnell. John Coghill, the representative for District 11, was appointed to take Therriault's place. Parnell announced on November 24, 2009 that Wilson would be appointed to the House seat.[6] She was sworn in on December 3, 2009 in Fairbanks by Lt. Governor Craig Campbell. She won election on her own in under the state's 2011 redistricting plan, placing her into a new District 2.[7]

Wilson was assigned positions on the Transportation, Health and Social Services, Labor and Commerce, Military & Veterans Affairs, and the Joint Armed Services committees in the House.

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