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Revision as of 12:07, 27 June 2011

Alaska Constitution
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The Alaska Campaign Finance Reform Initiative, also called Ballot Measure 1, appeared on the August 22, 2006 primary election ballot in Alaska as an initiated state statute, where it was approved.

2006 election results

Alaska Gaming Commission
Yes or no Votes Percentage
ApprovedaYes 113,130 73%
No 41,836 27%
Total votes 154,966 100%

Results according to the Alaska Elections Division.[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.

Campaign spending

Campaign spending for the campaign for the measure:[2]

  • Big Money Out of Alaska Politics:$8,201
  • Total: $8,201

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