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(a) A filer shall file a disclosure statement with an office of the commission by hand delivery, mail, or facsimile.
(b) An incumbent candidate who must file a disclosure statement under AS 24.60.200 with the director of elections shall file the disclosure statement as provided by the director of elections.
(c) If a filer files a disclosure statement by hand delivery or facsimile, the date of filing is the date on which an office of the commission receives the statement. If the filer files a disclosure statement by mail, the date of filing is the date of the postmark. If a disclosure statement filed by mail has a postmark on which the date is missing or illegible, the date of the postmark is rebuttably presumed to be 10 calendar days before the date on which the disclosure statement is received.
History: Eff. 7/20/95, Register 135
Authority: AS 24.60.200
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