Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 15. Elections and Ballots
Section 215. Disposition of Questioned Votes.
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AS 15.15.215. Disposition of Questioned Votes.

(a) A voter who casts a questioned ballot shall vote the ballot in the same manner as prescribed for other voters. The voter shall insert the ballot into a secrecy sleeve and put the secrecy sleeve into an envelope on which the statement the voter previously signed is located. The envelope shall be sealed and deposited in the ballot box. When the ballot box is opened, the envelopes shall be segregated, counted, compared to the voting list, and delivered to the official or body supervising the election. The merits of the question shall be determined by this official or body in accordance with the procedure prescribed for questioned votes in AS 15.20.207 .

(b) [Repealed, Sec. 231 ch 100 SLA 1980].

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