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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 15. Elections
- Chapter 35. State Elections
- Section 135. Withdrawal of Candidacy; Removal of Name from General Election Ballot.
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. - 15.35.170l Judges of the Court of Appeals: Requirements For Retention in Office. [Repealed, Sec. 231 Ch 100 SLA 1980. For Current Law, See AS 15.35.053
AS 15.35.135. Withdrawal of Candidacy; Removal of Name from General Election Ballot.
- (a) Notice of withdrawal of candidacy for retention for a supreme court justice, judge of the court of appeals,
superior court judge, or district court judge must be in writing over the signature of the candidate.
- (b) The name of a candidate for retention for supreme court justice, judge of the court of appeals, superior
court judge, or district court judge must appear on the general election ballot unless notice under (a) of this section of withdrawal of
candidacy is received by the director at least 48 days before the date of the general election.
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