“We’re looking for transparency here,” Blodgett replied before Moses said they did, in fact, share the same address.
Turns out the real campaign finance complaints are found in the documents you uncover along the way
That means there’s going to be no immediate penalty against the group, A Stronger Alaska, and it will be free to continue to spend Republican Governors Association money in support of the governor’s re-election. APOC Commissioners, instead, asked the groups—which have so far refused to participate with the investigation—to consider playing nice with investigators.
The hearing also contained a serious allegation that the entire pro-Dunleavy PAC could be a big scam.
Following the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, Dunleavy announced that if re-elected he would put forward a constitutional amendment to the Legislature. That measure would likely run into a dead end, making a convention a clearer path to the change.
APOC Chair Helzer announced the commission would give the complaint expedited consideration: “The public at large has a compelling need to know whether coordination occurred or continues to occur.”
“We have told the commission that we cannot complete the investigation without this information and the other side is not cooperating,” said Tom Lucas, campaign disclosure coordinator at APOC.
One proposal is rife with animosity towards the federal government, the judicial system, public education, public employees and Alaska Native corporations.
The Legislature won’t be helping Eastman out with the lawsuit seeking to bar him from holding elected office.
To date, less than $1 million has been raised on both sides of the question.