Independent expenditure groups, which work separately from candidates, have also been spending money on the race in hopes of swaying voters. Kawasaki's campaign complained he'd been targeted by more than $100,000 in negative ads from two different groups, both financed by a national group called the Republican State Leadership Committee. The group is based in Washington, D.C., and works to elect Republicans around the country. Meanwhile, a group called Fairbanks Versus Pete Kelly has spent more than $23,000 on ads targeting Kelly, often with the nickname "Pickpocket Pete." That group is chaired by Frank Maxwell of Fairbanks, a retired Department of Natural Resources employee, records show.
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