The Alaska Public Offices Commission has hit the Recall Rivera ballot group with a series of fines related to their failed effort to recall Assemblyman Felix Rivera.
In two letters to Recall Rivera treasurer Julie Brophy, APOC wrote that the ballot group did not timely disclose specific contributions as required by campaign finance laws.
In total, the Recall Rivera group racked up $4,700 in fines, but APOC reduced the penalty amounts to a total of $2,250, citing in one letter that it was their first late-filed report and in another, their first election cycle.
According to APOC’s notices, Recall Rivera has 30 days to pay up or appeal APOC’s decisions.
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