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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 15. Elections
- Chapter 45. Initiative, Referendum, and Recall
- Section 190. Placing Proposition On Ballot.
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AS 15.45.190. Placing Proposition On Ballot.
The lieutenant governor shall direct the director to place the ballot title and proposition on the election ballot of
the first statewide general, special, or primary election that is held after
- (1) the petition has been filed;
- (2) a legislative session has convened and adjourned; and
- (3) a period of 120 days has expired since the adjournment of the legislative session.
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