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(a) A candidate, group, or nongroup entity who regularly files reports under 2 AAC 50.321 and satisfies the applicable requirements of AS 15.13.040 (a), (b), (c), and (j) need not also file a statement of contribution or of independent expenditure under AS 15.13.040 (d) or (e).
(b) A person whose contributions to a group required under 2 AAC 50.294 to register as a ballot group reach $500 during a calendar year shall file a statement of contribution not later than 30 days after reaching $500.
(c) An individual whose independent expenditures for billboards, signs, or printed materials concerning a ballot proposition exceeds $500 during a calendar year shall file a statement of independent expenditure not later than 10 days after exceeding $500. An individual who makes an independent expenditure for any other purpose shall file a statement of independent expenditure not later than 10 days after making the expenditure. A person other than an individual that makes an independent expenditure for any purpose shall file a statement of independent expenditure no later than 10 days after making the expenditure.
(d) A corporation, company, partnership, firm, association, organization, business trust, labor union, or publicly funded entity that is not a group and that files a statement of contribution or of independent expenditure under AS 15.13.040 (d) satisfies any obligation under AS 15.13.050 to register with the commission.
(e) An individual required to report contributions to candidates for legislative office under AS 15.13.074 (g) as a lobbyist shall file a statement of contribution not later than 30 days after making a contribution.
History: Eff. 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 15.13.010
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