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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 15. Elections
- Chapter 13. State Election Campaigns
- Section 110. Filing of Reports.
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AS 15.13.110. Filing of Reports.
- (a) Each candidate, group, and nongroup entity shall make a full report in accordance with AS 15.13.040
for the period ending three days before the due date of the report and beginning on the last day covered by the most
recent previous report. If the report is a first report, it must cover the period from the beginning of the campaign to
the date three days before the due date of the report. If the report is a report due February 15, it must cover the
period beginning on the last day covered by the most recent previous report or on the day that the campaign started,
whichever is later, and ending on February 1 of that year. The report shall be filed
- (1) 30 days before the election; however, this report is not required if the deadline for filing a nominating petition or
declaration of candidacy is within 30 days of the election;
- (2) one week before the election;
- (3) 105 days after a special election; and
- (4) February 15 for expenditures made and contributions received that were not reported previously, including, if
applicable, all amounts expended from a public office expense term account established under AS 15.13.116(a)(8) and all amounts expended from a municipal
office account under AS 15.13.116
(a)(9), or when expenditures were not made or contributions were not received during the previous year.
- (b) Each contribution that exceeds $250 and that is made within nine days of the election shall be reported to the
commission by date, amount, and contributor within 24 hours of receipt by the candidate, group, campaign treasurer, or
deputy campaign treasurer. Each contribution to a nongroup entity for the purpose of influencing the outcome of an
election that exceeds $250 and that is made within nine days of the election shall be reported to the commission by
date, amount, and contributor within 24 hours of receipt by the nongroup entity.
- (c) All reports required by this chapter shall be filed with the commission's central office and shall be kept open to
public inspection. Within 30 days after each election, the commission shall prepare a summary of each report which
shall be made available to the public at cost upon request. Each summary shall use uniform categories of reporting.
- (d) [Repealed, Sec. 35 ch 126 SLA 1994].
- (e) A group formed to sponsor an initiative, a referendum or a recall shall report 30 days after its first filing with the
lieutenant governor. Thereafter each group shall report within 10 days after the end of each calendar quarter on the
contributions received and expenditures made during the preceding calendar quarter until reports are due under (a) of
- (f) During the year in which the election is scheduled, each of the following shall file the campaign disclosure reports
in the manner and at the times required by this section:
- (1) a person who, under the regulations adopted by the commission to implement AS 15.13.100
, indicates an intention to become a candidate for elective state executive or legislative office;
- (2) a person who has filed a nominating petition under AS 15.25.140
- 15.25.200 to become a candidate at the general
election for elective state executive or legislative office;
- (3) a person who campaigns as a write-in candidate for elective state executive or legislative office at the general
- (4) a group or nongroup entity that receives contributions or makes expenditures on behalf of or in opposition to a person
described in (1) - (3) of this subsection, except as provided for certain independent expenditures by nongroup entities
in AS 15.13.135
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