(a) No later than July 15 of a year in which a state general election will be held, a political party may file with the lieutenant governor a maximum of two pages of material.
(b) Each page purchased must be clearly identified with the words “paid for by” followed by the name of the political party, the name of the state chairperson of the party, and the name of the party treasurer.
(c) Material submitted by a political party may not
(1) include images, except for graphic elements including party logos;
(2) directly or indirectly advocate
(A) for or against, or use the name of, another political party;
(B) for the election or defeat or use the name of a person who is
(i) a candidate for municipal, state, or federal public office;
(ii) a public official, as that term is defined in AS 39.50.200(a) ;
(iii) a member of the legislature;
(iv) elected or appointed to public office in the federal government.
(d) Nothing in (c) of this section prohibits a political party from submitting material that promotes the political party's
(1) candidates generally, without naming individual persons; or
(2) platform, tenets, or philosophy.
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