Alaska Supreme Court says elections measure can go to ballot
The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that a proposed initiative that would change the state's elections process can appear on the ballot.
The measure would create an open primary where all candidates would be listed on a ballot and create a ranked-choice voting system for general elections.
It also would require additional disclosures for certain campaign contributions.
Attorney General Kevin Clarkson last year said the measure violated a so-called single-subject rule.
The Supreme Court ruled the initiative's provisions are logically related.
The group behind the measure says the initiative is expected to appear on the November ballot.