Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 50. Constitutional Amendments and Conventions
Section 30. Placing Proposition On Ballot.
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AS 15.50.030. Placing Proposition On Ballot.

The lieutenant governor shall direct the director to place the ballot title and proposition on the ballot for the next statewide general election held after the amendment proposed by the legislature or held 120 days after the amendment proposed by a constitutional convention. If there is insufficient time to permit the proposition to be placed on the regular ballot by the director, the lieutenant governor shall direct the director to prepare a separate ballot for the proposition.

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