Alaska campaign regulator declines to fast-track complaint against anti-ranked choice campaign


Alaskans for Honest Elections held an event to gather more of the 27,000 signatures needed to repeal rank choice voting on Feb. 16, 2023. (Elyssa Loughlin/Alaska Public Media)

Alaska’s campaign finance watchdog on Wednesday denied a request to fast-track a complaint against a group collecting signatures on a petition to repeal Alaska’s ranked choice voting system. A complaint from the architect of the 2020 Election reforms accused the repeal group, Alaskans for Honest Elections, of operating out of an Anchorage church and lying to regulators about it.


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