Dunbar warns Bronson could be coming for Anchorage’s by-mail elections.
If you’ve left your Anchorage mail-in ballot to today, then dropping it in the mailbox won’t guarantee it’s counted.
They are set to be sworn in on Monday, May 3.
With a high-stakes race between two dramatically different visions for the city, it’s more important than ever to make sure your vote is counted because nearly 1,500 weren’t in the last election.
About 1,400 ballots were not counted. Mostly because of mismatched signatures.
The race for school board Seat B is headed to an automatic recount.
The May 11 mayoral run-off will be about who can consolidate support around them the best and who can keep momentum and interest running into the election.
The complaint was filed on Monday by the campaign of Anchorage mayoral candidate Forrest Dunbar campaign, alleging violations that fall into six broad categories totaling more than $170,000.
The central complaint alleges that the Bronson campaign illegally benefitted from polling conducted by the Recall Felix Rivera campaign.
Anchorage election workers have added more than 31,000 ballots to the tally today, bringing the total votes counted to 41,826 or about 72% of the ballots that officials had in hand on Tuesday night.