Alaska Statutes.
Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 25. State Personnel Act
Section 178. Employee Political Rights.
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AS 39.25.178. Employee Political Rights.

A state employee may

(1) be a member of a national, state, or local political party;

(2) take part in a political campaign;

(3) express political opinions; however, while engaged on official business, a state employee may not display or distribute partisan political material;

(4) register party preference;

(5) serve as a voting or nonvoting delegate to a party convention;

(6) be appointed, nominated, or elected to nonpartisan public office in a local government unit; and

(7) make contributions to a political party or a candidate for public office.

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