By Becky Bohrer
The Associated Press 

Lt. Gov. did not receive nearly as many election complaints as claimed


December 16, 2021

Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer last year said the issue his office seemed to be getting the most email on after the 2020 election was the narrow victory of a ballot measure to overhaul Alaska’s election process. His chief of staff said they were getting up to 20 emails a day.

But a records request by The Associated Press yielded fewer than 20 total unique emails that were received by the office with complaints or concerns about the election, and only three mentioned the ballot measure that would end political party primaries and institute ranked-choice voting in general elections.

The emails were r...

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