Letter to the editor
Data breach should mean consequences
113,000 voters had their personal information compromised by the Division of Elections, effectively given away, and this administration is shrugging its shoulders.
Nobody is being held accountable. Nobody is accepting responsibility.
If nobody is fired over this unconscionable breach of voter trust, and violation of the privacy afforded by Alaska’s Constitution, someone absolutely needs to resign.
Someone like Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer.
This administration needs to show some leadership, for once.