Letters to the Editor

Letter: Set an example, APOC

As a candidate for mayor, Dave Bronson clearly had the money to hire someone who could do Alaska Public Offices Commission reports correctly. So either he doesn’t know how to hire people with the right experience — so far, this seems like it could be a pattern — or he willfully misled the public. If a substantial penalty doesn’t stand, this type of deception will become the norm: Just add the fines for hiding your spending and filing reports way after the deadline as line-item expenses for winning an election.

— Emily Becker


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