Staff for the Alaska Public Offices Commission have recommended a $16,450 fine against Preserve Democracy, a group led by former U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka.
The complaint alleges that Tshibaka and her nonprofit have been lobbying and campaigning without registering with the commission or submitting regular financial disclosures.
It’s the latest in a series of resignations and firings among top city officials.
The group will have a year to collect nearly 27,000 signatures to put the measure on the ballot in 2024.
The election outcome is a defeat for hardline Republicanism. Tshibaka allied herself with Trump and supported his election denialism.
Results will update automatically with data from the Alaska Division of Elections.
With most ballots cast, the three incumbents have insurmountable leads, even with ranked choice sorting ahead.
Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is now ahead of GOP challenger Kelly Tshibaka by 1,658 votes, which leaves her almost certain to win reelection.
Alaskans are still waiting for the final outcome of races after the recent general election, but there’s no doubt about who Juneau voters picked.
Murkowski is behind by only 565 votes. In the House race, Peltola has just over 48% of the vote, a slight increase from the last count on Nov. 10.