The investigation, however, found they didn’t break the law or that Gov. Dunleavy was directly calling the shots on the firing of the exec.
A hard deadline for the investigation to be completed or released publicly has not been announced.
Nearly half of all the money that came into the gubernatorial race came from contributions that would have exceeded the defunct campaign contribution limits.
Those vacancies have canceled ferries, slowed state services and have created worries at the Permanent Fund Corp.
Palin, Dunleavy and Tshibaka are on the list.
To opponents, the vetoes targeting of schools, the University of Alaska, child care, workforce development and seniors was evidence that not everything has changed over the last four years.
The Alaska Legislature failed to pass legislation requiring the state to sell assets in Russia.
Dahlstrom is generally viewed as one of the more competent Republican officials in Dunleavy’s orbit and should have some centrist appeal.
The legislation would only require the state divest $7 million of an estimated $333 million of investments in Russia. Legislators said it was unconscionable.
“There was no attempt to override Ballot Measure 2,” Dunleavy said about his efforts to lobby the Legislature to overturn a significant piece of Ballot Measure 2.