Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 40. Special Elections and Appointments
Section 140. Condition and Time of Calling Special Election.
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AS 15.40.140. Condition and Time of Calling Special Election.

When a vacancy occurs in the office of United States senator or United States representative, the governor shall, by proclamation, call a special election to be held on a date not less than 60, nor more than 90, days after the date the vacancy occurs. However, if the vacancy occurs on a date that is less than 60 days before or is on or after the date of the primary election in the general election year during which a candidate to fill the office is regularly elected, the governor may not call a special election.

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