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(a) If a municipality seeks to influence the outcome of an election, using budgeted municipal funds, it shall report as an individual under AS 15.13.040 (d) and (e).
(b) All communications which are paid for by a municipality and which are related to an election are considered to be intended to influence the outcome of an election unless they are only notices of the election or unless they are required by statute, charter, or ordinance.
(c) The municipality shall file with the commission a list of candidates and their mailing addresses within seven days following the deadline for filing for municipal office.
(d) If a municipality seeks to influence the outcome of an election using funds contributed to it for that purpose, it shall register and report as a group under AS 15.13.040 (b) and (c) and AS 15.13.050 .
History: Eff. 5/16/76, Register 58; am 1/4/86, Register 97; am 8/22/97, Register 143
Authority: AS 15.13.010
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