Anchorage Mayor David Bronson saw two of his election commission appointees walk away empty handed last night after the Assembly refused to confirm Cecelia Donelson and Heather Clopton to the Commission.
The APOC Staff Report in Dunbar for Mayor v. Bronson for Mayor (BFM)tells a story. That story is either that then-candidate David Bronson either unknowingly enlisted quite possibly the worst campaign treasurer of all time or that his mayoral campaign flouted campaign finance regulations for the sake of winning an election no matter the cost.
Oh my goodness! The day we’ve all waited for is finally upon us as the APOC Staff Report in Dunbar for Mayor v. Bronson for Mayor (BFM) has been released. It’s so “expeditious” while also one big hot mess, and it’s not going to get covered in just one piece. Buckle up!
Conservatives held “hostage,” the Save Anchorage “take over,” the Landmine crosses swords with Must Read Alaska, Kennedy sends ‘Bronsonville’ to a quiet death, heaps of Covid-19 misinformation, and Allard’s disgusting transphobic comments.
At tonight’s Anchorage Assembly meeting, the Mayor’s ‘Bronsonville’ proposal was placed into a politically induced coma after the proposal could not garner the support of three Anchorage Assembly Members.
Tonight’s Anchorage Assembly Meeting (5 p.m.) is certain to be Anchorage’s must-watch TV as it’s the first meeting in which David Bronson will be attending in his official capacity as Anchorage Mayor.