Walker campaign files complaint against RGA
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Gov. Bill Walker’s campaign said it has filed a complaint against the Republican Governors Association stemming from the 2014 election.
RGA attorney Michael Adams says the claims alleged Friday are false. He said if the RGA is asked to respond, it “will mount an aggressive defense.”
Walker’s campaign earlier this week filed a complaint with the Alaska Public Offices Commission against Families for Alaska’s Future-Dunleavy. Mike Dunleavy is the Republican nominee for governor.
Walker’s campaign alleges the RGA set up that group in part to shield its donors from public disclosure.
The campaign says the new complaint raises similar questions about RGA activities in 2014.
That year, the RGA donated to a third-party group formed to oppose Walker’s election. The treasurer of that group was Adams.