“No one has done more harm to the perception of (the Division of Elections) than the (Division of Elections) themselves this year.”
“This scheme to deceive voters disgusts me, as It should disgust all Alaskans.”
A written order on the advertisements is due by the close of business on Thursday.
APOC Commissioners aren’t so sure.
“The pandemic is a shifty beast,” writes Judge Dani Crosby.
“Coward,” said his opponent Al Gross.
It seems like every week brings another story about how the Alaska Division of Elections is either mishandling, bungling or biasing this year’s elections because every week does, in fact, bring another story about how the Alaska Division of Elections is either mishandling, bungling or biasing this year’s elections.
Overall, it shows the measure has the support of 59% of voters while 17% of voters oppose the measure and 24% are undecided.
The endorsement was celebrated by Yes on 2 for Better Elections, the group backing the measure, which released a statement praising the League of Women Voters as “the gold standard for electoral policies.”
This comes after the state argued against reprinting ballots in a separate case, claiming such a move would “blow up the election.”