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The Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) has issued a notice of proposed changes to Alaska’s campaign disclosure regulations. The changes seek to clarify and define different aspects of the current law stemming from passage of the 2020 Initiative Measure 2. […]

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The Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) has issued a final order rejecting the revival of previous campaign limits. In 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court remanded Thompson v. Hebdon, asking the lower court to consider whether Alaska’s campaign contribution limits were […]

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Alaska State Capitol Buildling - Jay Galvin

Members of the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) have released an advisory opinion, proposing new limits on contributions to political campaigns. Under the new restrictions, an individual would be limited to $1,500 in donations per candidate or group per year […]

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Alaska State Capitol Buildling - Jay Galvin

The offices of the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) will be closed to walk-in traffic until further notice. This comes in recognition of state and federal calls for social distancing and to protect the public and its employees. APOC offices […]

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In a historic ruling, the nonprofit group Equal Citizens obtained a judicial ruling that, for the first time since Citizens United, could restore limits on donations to independent groups and Super PACs. Anchorage Superior Court Judge William F. Morse ordered […]

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On October 9, the Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC) ruled that two independent expenditure groups violated state campaign finance laws. The groups, Republican Governors Association and Families for Alaska’s Future – Dunleavy, reserved ad time to influence the gubernatorial election […]

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The Alaska Public Offices Commission proposes to adopt regulation changes concerning mitigation criteria and penalty assessment for violations of state lobbying and campaign finance laws. Substantive changes include expanding the definition of inexperienced filer to take into account technical issues, […]

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House Bill 104 To Change Primary Dates

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APOC acknowledges Citizens United may nullify Alaska campaign laws

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Insight should be back online this afternoon.

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January 4, 2012  •  

APOC Offering Training

To be held January 6

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Advisory Opinion

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