§ 4.02. Term, membership and qualifications  


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  • (a) The term of an assembly member is three years.

    (b) A candidate for the office of assembly member:

    (1) Shall be a qualified voter of Anchorage; and

    (2) Shall be a resident of the district from which the candidate seeks election for at least one year immediately preceding the election.

    (c) An assembly member shall remain a resident of Anchorage and of the district from which elected while in office.

    (d) The assembly shall be the judge of the election and qualification of its members. A qualified voter may appeal to superior court for review of a decision of the assembly under this section.

    (e) A person who has served on the assembly for three consecutive terms may not be reelected to the assembly until one full term has intervened.

(AO No. 90-86, prop. 3, 10-2-90; AO No. 90-94, prop. 4, 10-2-90; AO No. 2012-119(S), prop. 6, 4-2-13; AO No. 2013-93, prop. 8, 4-1-14)