Tshibaka, who’s avoided accountability and oversight while working for the Dunleavy administration, says she’s running because “The D.C. insiders need to be held accountable to us.”
It’s unclear if the employee had any interactions with the public.
The administration isn’t asking for additional money for a mobile DMV program because it says there’s been little interest from rural communities. Senators weren’t buying it. “Lives may be in danger because you are waiting for them to request services that they are unaware that they need,” said Sen. Lyman Hoffman.
Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka said she was unsure if she would be able to meet with legislators to talk about the budget.