Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 56. Offenses Against Public Administration
Section 130. Definition.
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AS 11.56.130. Definition.

In AS 11.56.100 - 11.56.130, "benefit" has the meaning ascribed to it in AS 11.81.900 but does not include

(1) political campaign contributions reported in accordance with AS 15.13 unless the contribution is made or received in exchange for an agreement to alter an elected official's or candidate's vote or position on a matter the elected official has, or the candidate on election would have, the authority to take official action on; in this paragraph, "official action" means advice, participation, or assistance, including, for example, a recommendation, decision, approval, disapproval, vote, or other similar action, including inaction;

(2) concurrence in official action in the cause of legitimate compromise between public servants; or

(3) support, including a vote, solicited by a public servant or offered by any person in an election.

Article 02. PERJURY AND RELATED OFFENSES

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