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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 49 . Telecommunications
Section 20. Certification of voter eligibility

3 AAC 49.020. Certification of voter eligibility

(a) If a subscriber or member is a subscriber or member on the 30th day before the date ballots are mailed or delivered, that person must be sent notice of the election and a ballot.

(b) If a subscriber or member has more than one account or more than one membership with the utility or the cooperative, the subscriber or member may cast one ballot for each account or membership if

(1) the utility's rules filed with and approved by the commission under 3 AAC 48 permit that procedure; or

(2) the cooperative's bylaws adopted under AS 10.25 permit that member to have more than one vote at the cooperative's annual meeting.

(c) A utility or cooperative conducting an election under AS 42.05.712 shall provide the commission with a certified list of its subscribers or members, their account or membership numbers, as applicable, and addresses to which it mailed or delivered a ballot. This certified list must contain one entry for each allowable vote in accordance with the utility's rules or the cooperative's bylaws for those subscribers or members who are permitted to cast more than one vote as prescribed in (b) of this section.

History: Eff. 8/14/80, Register 75; am 1/7/81, Register 77

Authority: AS 42.05.151 (a)

AS 42.05.721

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