The Alaska Public Offices Commission has decided Skagway Assemblyman Dan Henry did not violate state law by failing to document gifts on financial disclosure forms. APOC said hotel stays weren’t gifts to Henry, but to Skagway.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission has not yet decided how to resolve the most recent complaint lodged against longtime Skagway Assemblyman Dan Henry. The commission addressed the issue at a regular meeting Wednesday.
For the second time in less than two years, a Skagway Assembly candidate is under scrutiny by Alaska’s campaign finance watchdog.
“I kind of sat around and was kind of hoping that APOC themselves would pick it up and go with it and they didn’t and nothing happened,’ said Roger Griffin. He filed a complaint.
Skagway’s filing period closes August 17th and Haines’ closes August 20th. The general election is Tuesday, Oct. 6.