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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 50 . Public Information
Section 290."

2 AAC 50.290. Definition of "group."

(a) Activities that make a combination of two or more individuals a "group" within the meaning given in AS 15.13.400 include raising, soliciting, collecting, or disbursing money or anything of value, and directing, coordinating, or controlling those activities, if those activities are performed, directed, coordinated, or controlled with the major purpose of securing or defeating

(1) the election to public office of an individual or candidate; or

(2) a ballot proposition.

(b) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, a combination of two or more of a candidate's immediate family members does not constitute a "group" within the meaning given in AS 15.13.400 , if its activities are performed, directed, coordinated, or controlled with the major purpose of securing only that candidate's election.

(c) Except for a political party or ongoing group, a group that raises, solicits, collects, contributes, disburses, or incurs indebtedness of $500 or more in money or anything of value in the aggregate during a calendar year, or that directs, coordinates, or controls that activity, shall register and file reports with the commission.

(d) A political party or ongoing group that raises, solicits, collects, contributes, or disburses any money or anything of value during a calendar year, or that directs, coordinates, or controls that activity, shall register and file reports with the commission for that calendar year.

History: Eff. 1/1/2001, Register 156

Authority: AS 15.13.030

AS 15.13.040

AS 15.13.140

AS 15.13.400

Editor's note: Part of the substance of 2 AAC 50.290 was formerly located at 2 AAC 50.314. The history note does not reflect the history of the earlier regulation.


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