The Alaska state salary commission will make its decision Friday on giving the governor a $50,000 raise and the lieutenant governor $35,000.
The commission earlier made a preliminary decision to raise the governor's salary from $125,000 to $175,000. It proposes to raise the lieutenant governor's pay from $100,000 to $135,000. Once the panel makes its final decision, the raises go into effect in 2012 unless the Legislature objects.
The commission will have its last public hearing on the proposals today.
It will meet after the hearing is over to decide on going ahead with the raises.
Gov. Sean Parnell has been silent so far on the raises and only three people showed up to testify at last month's public hearing.