In a press release, the Dunbar campaign said Bronson campaign counsel Stacey Stone “hoodwinked” Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) Commissioners, claiming that the promise of expeditious correction by the Bronson campaign was nothing more than a ploy to run out the clock and not be held accountable until after the Anchorage Mayoral election.

Dunbar’s press release comes weeks after APOC gave the Bronson for Mayor campaign until Monday, May 3, 2021 to respond to a complaint filed against them which alleges violations of Alaska’s campaign disclosure law.

In the APOC response letter, Stone stated: “Respondent has undertaken a full audit of its campaign finance reports, and is working with its various vendors, in order to ensure that all reports provide the requisite public transparency required by the law.”

The Dunbar campaign says the Bronson campaign “is stonewalling with no intention of accurately reporting its campaign finances.”