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A candidate who does not intend to receive or accept more than $5,000 in contributions or make over $5,000 in expenditures may file a candidate exemption form. After filing the form, the candidate is not required to submit any other reports to the commission, but must comply with AS 15.13. The candidate loses the reporting exemption if the candidate accepts more than $5,000 in contributions or spends more than $5,000 to influence the election. A candidate whose exemption is lost shall immediately register the change of status and, in accordance with AS 15.13.110 , disclose campaign contribution and expenditure activity when the next campaign disclosure report is due following the change in status.
History: Eff. 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 15.13.030
Editor's note: The substance of 2 AAC 50.286 was formerly located at 2 AAC 50.332. The history note does not reflect the history of the earlier regulation.
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