The complaint is based in part on secret recordings from a man hired to pose as someone interested in helping get the repeal measure on the ballot.
One of the central allegations is that Art Mathias created a church subsidiary and used it as a pass-through to conceal a $90,000 political contribution.
A complaint with the Alaska Public Offices Commission alleges that a group working to repeal Alaska’s new voting system has repeatedly violated state finance laws.
Meanwhile, leading opponents of ranked choice voting are putting their energy into a voter initiative.
Repeal sponsor Art Mathias, a longtime Anchorage resident and founder of Wellsprings Ministries, told supporters that ranked choice puts the entire country at risk.
The group will have a year to collect nearly 27,000 signatures to put the measure on the ballot in 2024.
The majority of funding in a campaign to oust Alaska Supreme Court Justice Susan Carney comes from outside Alaska.