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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 24. Legislature
- Chapter 60. Standards of Conduct
- Section 31. Restrictions On Fund Raising.
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AS 24.60.031. Restrictions On Fund Raising.
- (a) A legislator or legislative employee may not
- (1) on a day when either house of the legislature is in regular or special session, solicit or accept a contribution or a
promise or pledge to make a contribution for a campaign for the state legislature; however, a legislator or legislative
employee may, except in the capital city, solicit or accept a contribution, promise, or pledge for a campaign for the
state legislature that occurs during the 90 days immediately preceding an election;
- (2) accept money from an event held on a day when either house of the legislature is in regular or special session if a
substantial purpose of the event is to raise money on behalf of the member or legislative employee for state
legislative political purposes; however, this paragraph does not prohibit a legislator or legislative employee from
accepting money from an event held in a place other than the capital city during the 90 days immediately preceding an
- (3) in a campaign for the state legislature, expend money that was raised on a day when either house of the legislature
was in a legislative session by or on behalf of a legislator under a declaration of candidacy or a general letter of
intent to become a candidate for public office; however, this paragraph does not apply to money raised in a place other
than the capital city during the 90 days immediately preceding an election.
- (b) In this section, "contribution" has the meaning given in AS 15.13.400.
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