Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 13. State Election Campaigns
Section 65. Contributions.
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AS 15.13.065. Contributions.

(a) Individuals, groups, nongroup entities, and political parties may make contributions to a candidate. An individual, group, or nongroup entity may make a contribution to a group, to a nongroup entity, or to a political party.

(b) A political party may contribute to a subordinate unit of the political party, and a subordinate unit of a political party may contribute to the political party of which it is a subordinate unit.

(c) Except for reports required by AS 15.13.040 and 15.13.110 and except for the requirements of AS 15.13.050 , 15.13.060, and 15.13.112 - 15.13.114, the provisions of AS 15.13.010 - 15.13.116 do not apply to limit the authority of a person to make contributions to influence the outcome of a ballot proposition. In this subsection, in addition to its meaning in AS 15.60.010 , "proposition" includes an issue placed on a ballot to determine whether

(1) a constitutional convention shall be called;

(2) a debt shall be contracted;

(3) an advisory question shall be approved or rejected; or

(4) a municipality shall be incorporated.

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