Political cheats should pay the fine

A state Superior Court judge last week upheld fines of more than $90,000 against a group that opposes ranked-choice voting in Alaska. The group wasn’t fined by the Alaska Public Offices Commission for its views on the new voting system, but for cheating and lying in its ongoing effort to overturn the voting system, which was approved by voters in 2020.

Back in December 2022, the director of the anti-ranked-choice voting group Alaskans for Honest Elections and others established a tax-exempt church in Washington state “to promote Christian doctrines, establish and oversee places of worship, eva...

 

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