Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 56. Election Offenses, Corrupt Practices, and Penalties
Section 110. Effect of Certain Convictions.
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AS 15.56.110. Effect of Certain Convictions.

(a) The election of a candidate to the state legislature or to municipal office who knowingly commits a corrupt practice or whose campaign treasurer or deputy campaign treasurer knowingly commits a corrupt practice is voidable under this section.

(b) If a successful candidate or the campaign treasurer or the deputy campaign treasurer of a successful candidate for the state legislature or for a seat on a city council or borough assembly or for mayor is convicted of a felony or misdemeanor described in this chapter as a corrupt practice, the eligibility of the successful candidate to hold the office to which elected shall be determined as to

(1) a member of the legislature under art. II, Sec. 12 of the state constitution;

(2) a member of the borough assembly under AS 29.20.170 (6);

(3) a borough mayor under AS 29.20.280 (6);

(4) a member of the city council under AS 29.20.170 (6);

(5) a city mayor under AS 29.20.280 (6).

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