In addition, the campaign reported more than $291,000 in in-kind contributions and expenditures of about $54,000 for the reporting period between July 7, 2017, and Feb. 1, 2018.
“We are proud of the strong grassroots support for the No on Prop 1 campaign,” said Kati Ward, campaign manager for Fair Anchorage. “Alaskans have rallied to support their transgender friends, family members, and neighbors. Along with partner organizations, they are sending a clear message that Anchorage is a welcoming community and that no one should face discrimination because of who they are.”
If approved, Prop 1 would remove protections against discrimination for transgender people from Anchorage’s non-discrimination ordinance.
More details about the campaign finance report:
- 69 percent of the contributions are from individuals
- 92 percent of the donations from individuals were from Alaska
- The campaign reported about $71,000 in cash on hand.
The full report can be viewed here: https://aws.state.ak.us/ApocRe
For more information about the campaign, visit: https://fairanchorage.org