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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 15. Elections
- Chapter 13. State Election Campaigns
- Section 60. Campaign Treasurers.
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AS 15.13.060. Campaign Treasurers.
- (a) Each candidate and group shall appoint a campaign treasurer who is responsible for receiving, holding, and disbursing
all contributions and expenditures, and for filing all reports and statements required by law. A candidate may be a
- (b) Each group shall file the name and address of its campaign treasurer with the commission at the time it registers with
the commission under AS 15.13.050
- (c) Each candidate for state office shall file the name and address of the campaign treasurer with the commission, or
submit, in writing, the name and address of the campaign treasurer to the director for filing with the commission, no
later than 15 days after the date of filing the declaration of candidacy or the nominating petition. Each candidate
for municipal office shall file the name and address of the campaign treasurer with the commission no later than seven
days after the date of filing the declaration of candidacy or the nominating petition. If the candidate does not
designate a campaign treasurer, the candidate is the campaign treasurer.
- (d) In the case of the death, resignation, or removal of a campaign treasurer, the candidate shall appoint a successor as
soon as practicable and file the successor's name and address with the commission within 48 hours of the appointment.
The candidate is disqualified if found to have been in wilful violation of this subsection.
- (e) A campaign treasurer may appoint as many deputy campaign treasurers as necessary. The candidate shall file the names
and addresses of the deputy campaign treasurers with the commission.
- (f) The candidate is responsible for the performance of the campaign treasurer, and any default or violation by the
treasurer also shall be considered a default or violation by the candidate if the candidate knew or had reason to know
of the default or violation.
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