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(a) A complaint must be in writing and must contain
(1) the full name, mailing address, and telephone number of the person, group, or nongroup entity making the complaint;
(2) the name of the person, group, or nongroup entity alleged to be in violation;
(3) the statute or regulation for which a violation is alleged;
(4) a clear and concise description of facts that, if true, would violate AS 15.13 or 2 AAC 50.250 - 2 AAC 50.405 (Campaign Finance), AS 24.45 or 2 AAC 50.505 - 2 AAC 50.545 (Regulation of Lobbying), or AS 39.50 or 2 AAC 50.010 - 2 AAC 50.200 (Public Official Financial Disclosure);
(5) the basis of the complainant's knowledge of the alleged facts, noting those allegations based upon personal knowledge and those based upon other sources of information and belief;
(6) all documentation relevant to the facts alleged that is available to the complainant;
(7) adequate proof that copies of the complaint and documentation were received by each respondent before filing with the commission; and
(8) evidence that satisfies the standard for expediting a complaint in AS 15.13.380 (c), if expedited consideration of an alleged violation of AS 15.13 or a regulation adopted under AS 15.13 is requested.
(b) The complaint must be signed and sworn under oath before a notary public, municipal clerk, court clerk, postmaster, or a person authorized to administer oaths. The commission will provide notary service without charge.
(c) The complaint may be on
(1) a form prescribed by the executive director, which is available from the commission or on the commission's web site; or
(2) any other form satisfying the requirements of (a) of this section.
History: Eff. 5/16/76, Register 58; am 12/29/77, Register 64; am 6/29/84, Register 90; am 1/4/86, Register 97; am 1/1/2001, Register 156; am 2/20/2005, Register 173
Authority: AS 15.13.030
Editor's note: The Internet address for the complaint form described in 2 AAC 50.450(c) (1) is http://www.state.ak.us/apoc/ campaign.htm. A copy of the complaint form may also be obtained by contacting the Alaska Public Offices Commission, at (907) 276-4176 for the commission's Anchorage office or (907) 465-4864 for the commission's Juneau office.
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