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'''Alaska Ballot Measure 1 (Primary)''', also called '''Alaska Campaign Finance Reform''' was on the [[Alaska 2006 ballot measures|August, 2006]] primary election ballot in [[Alaska]].  It passed.  
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The '''Alaska Campaign Finance Reform Initiative''', also called '''Ballot Measure 1''' was on the [[Alaska 2006 ballot measures|August 22, 2006]] primary election ballot in [[Alaska]].  It passed.<ref>[http://www.elections.alaska.gov/06prim/data/results.htm Alaska 2006 August primary election results]</ref>
  
 
==Text of the proposal==
 
==Text of the proposal==
  
Scheduled to appear on the August 22, 2006, primary election ballot.
 
 
This initiative would decrease the maximum amount an individual may give a candidate or group from $1,000 to $500, and decrease the amount an individual may give a political party for any purpose from $10,000 to $5,000. It would decrease the amount a group may give a candidate, or group, from $2,000 to $1,000. It would decrease the amount a group may give to a political party from $4,000 to $1,000. It would require groups to disclose the name, address, occupation, employer, date and amount given by each contributor for contributions more than $100 during a calendar year. It would reduce from 40 to 10 the hours a person who is not a professional lobbyist could lobby in any 30-day period before having to register as a lobbyist. It would require legislators, public members of the select committee on legislative ethics, and legislative directors to disclose outside income sources greater than $1,000.
 
This initiative would decrease the maximum amount an individual may give a candidate or group from $1,000 to $500, and decrease the amount an individual may give a political party for any purpose from $10,000 to $5,000. It would decrease the amount a group may give a candidate, or group, from $2,000 to $1,000. It would decrease the amount a group may give to a political party from $4,000 to $1,000. It would require groups to disclose the name, address, occupation, employer, date and amount given by each contributor for contributions more than $100 during a calendar year. It would reduce from 40 to 10 the hours a person who is not a professional lobbyist could lobby in any 30-day period before having to register as a lobbyist. It would require legislators, public members of the select committee on legislative ethics, and legislative directors to disclose outside income sources greater than $1,000.
  
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==References==
 
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Revision as of 05:20, 3 September 2008

The Alaska Campaign Finance Reform Initiative, also called Ballot Measure 1 was on the August 22, 2006 primary election ballot in Alaska. It passed.[1]

Text of the proposal

This initiative would decrease the maximum amount an individual may give a candidate or group from $1,000 to $500, and decrease the amount an individual may give a political party for any purpose from $10,000 to $5,000. It would decrease the amount a group may give a candidate, or group, from $2,000 to $1,000. It would decrease the amount a group may give to a political party from $4,000 to $1,000. It would require groups to disclose the name, address, occupation, employer, date and amount given by each contributor for contributions more than $100 during a calendar year. It would reduce from 40 to 10 the hours a person who is not a professional lobbyist could lobby in any 30-day period before having to register as a lobbyist. It would require legislators, public members of the select committee on legislative ethics, and legislative directors to disclose outside income sources greater than $1,000.

References

  1. Alaska 2006 August primary election results