Former Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux was indicted in 2020 for activities related to election fraud in 2018. She’s benefited from numerous delays, and more may be in her future. But on Monday, Jan. 8, her lawyers will be in the courtroom of Judge Kevin Saxby, setting the dates for the trial — once again.
LeDoux, of Anchorage, was supposed to go to trial in November, but won a delay. She is accused, along with her former chief of staff and the chief of staff’s adult son, of encouraging people who didn’t live in the district to vote for her in the 2018 election. Other charges relating to fraud in the 2014 election had been dismissed by the judge.
LeDoux, who represented the JBER-Muldoon district, was caught by the Division of Elections, which noted irregularities in some of the absentee ballots that came in.
The hearing is set for 2:30 pm in the Nesbett Courthouse.