That order came on Monday, bringing finality to a race that has included a recount, a preposterous election contest that relied on Grand Canyon-sized leaps of logic and a conspiracy-laden recount appeal that accused dozens of voters of fraud without evidence.
Their comments are important but the silence of others says far more.
The case can—and likely will—be appealed to the Alaska Supreme Court, which has already scheduled oral arguments for Jan. 6. The legislative session is set to begin on Jan. 19.
That’s not how any of this works.
The maximum civil penalty for the violations, which range from 607 days to 1,549 days at $50 per day, is $1.02 million. Staff recommends it be reduced by 99%.
Turns out the voting machines are pretty accurate.
Personal information of an estimated 113,000 Alaska voters was exposed in the run up to this year’s general election and may have been used to…
And not to mention preposterous.
Democrat Liz Snyder holds a 17-vote lead over Republican Rep. Lance Pruitt in a race that will be key to determining political control of the…
Ballot Measure 2, a landmark election reform initiative that would implement ranked-choice voting, open primaries and oversight on dark money in candidate races, is now…