The Alaska Public Offices Commission has filed a complaint against Anchorage political operative Michael Chambers for failing to file reports in support of 2020 House and Senate candidates.
As reported first by KINY radio’s News of the North, the commission informed Chambers of a fine amounting to $50 per day because of his support for candidates via the RINO Safari website he operates.
According to APOC, Chambers owed $1,250 as of April 29. The commission stated that the accruals will end if Chambers registers with the group.
rinosafari.com targets House and Senate Republicans that Chambers and others in a conservative alliance associated with Republicanism and Libertarianism, view as too liberal. The site provides links to various candidates’ campaign pages and “donate” buttons.
In an interview with News of the North on April 29, Chambers said he did not feel he was violating the law and that he would “continue to operate” his site.
Details of the complaint are at this link: