More incomplete and misleading reporting.
election and the May 11, 2021 runoff elections,” concludes the report.
Stacey Stone, the attorney representing the Bronson campaign, conceded that there were some “small mistakes” in the reporting but objected to the allegations that the campaign was intentionally skirting disclosure laws.
The central complaint alleges that the Bronson campaign illegally benefitted from polling conducted by the Recall Felix Rivera campaign.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission today delayed decisions on three major campaign finance complaints as its limited staff struggles to keep up with higher-than-ever campaign activity, its director told commissioners today.
“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.
Even the group’s original disclosure–which claimed Sturgeon, Begich and Parnell were its top backers–was wrong, the complaint charges.
In cases where employees are shielded by state law or boards and commissions from at-will firings, it’ll take the new administration a few more steps to reshape state government.