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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 15. Elections
- Chapter 7. Registration of Voters
- Section 135. Cancellation of Registration of Convicted Persons.
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AS 15.07.135. Cancellation of Registration of Convicted Persons.
- (a) The director shall make reasonable efforts to obtain the names of persons convicted of a felony involving moral
turpitude. Promptly after receipt of evidence satisfactory to the director that a person has been convicted of a felony
involving moral turpitude, the director shall cancel the registration of the person.
- (b) Upon presenting proof that a person whose registration was canceled under (a) of this section has been unconditionally
discharged from custody, the person may register. The director shall make reasonable efforts to verify the
unconditional discharge of persons applying for registration under this subsection.
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