The complaint also names Alaskans First, another nonprofit Davis helped form to support Democratic legislative candidates. Both groups are accused of late disclosures of financial activities. The secretary of the group, Marcia Davis, is now Walker’s Deputy Chief of Staff. Republicans are calling for her resignation, but the Governor’s office insists the complaint has no connection to Davis’ current work. “Your Future Alaska” argues that it acted as an ‘entity’ and not a political group and was not subject to the same campaign finance reporting requirements as other organizations. The Alaska Public Offices Commission filed a formal complaint against YFA last week. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A group which financially backed Governor Bill Walker’s election campaign is facing complaints it acted as a “pass-through” and hid the names of those contributing to the cause.