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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 50 . Public Information
Section 356. Use of public money

2 AAC 50.356. Use of public money

(a) Funds are specifically appropriated for the purposes of AS 15.13.145 (b) if the appropriating body provides notice on the public record that the funds will be used to influence the outcome of an election.

(b) In the absence of a specific appropriation, an officer or employee of an entity who is identified in AS 15.13.145 (a)(4) may use money held by that entity to communicate about a ballot proposition or question if the communication is made in the usual and customary performance of the officer's or employee's duties.

(c) For the purposes of AS 15.13.145 (c)(2), information is nonpartisan if it does not advocate a position in an election. Nonpartisan information includes the official language of a ballot question, a neutral ballot summary, or if provided for all candidates seeking a particular office, the candidates' names, contact information, or statements.

(d) If an entity or individual identified in AS 15.13.145 (a)(1)-(4) uses money held by the entity to make an election-related expenditure, the expenditure must be disclosed on a report of contributions or independent expenditures under AS 15.13.040 (d) and (e) unless the expenditure is made only to disseminate information about the time and place of an election or to hold an election.

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

Authority: AS 15.13.010

AS 15.13.030

AS 15.13.145

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