Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 5. Qualification of Voters
Section 30. Loss and Restoration of Voting Rights.
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AS 15.05.030. Loss and Restoration of Voting Rights.

(a) A person convicted of a crime that constitutes a felony involving moral turpitude under state or federal law may not vote in a state, federal, or municipal election from the date of the conviction through the date of the unconditional discharge of the person. Upon the unconditional discharge, the person may register under AS 15.07.

(b) The commissioner of corrections shall establish procedures by which a person unconditionally discharged is advised of the voter registration requirements and procedures.

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