6.1721 Advertising.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 6.1721 ]

(a) No person may cause or submit any advertisement in support for a candidate or against a candidate’s opponent, to be broadcast, televised, or otherwise circulated and distributed except under the following conditions:

(1) The advertisement shall contain a notice in a prominent location that the literature or advertisement is published, broadcast, televised, or circulated with the approval and authority of the candidate, provided that in the event that the literature or advertisement is paid for by a candidate or committee directly associated with a candidate, the notice of approval and authority need not be included; or

(2) The advertisement shall contain a notice in a prominent location that the literature or advertisement is published, broadcast, televised, or circulated without the approval and authority of the candidate.

(b) All advertisements mentioned in subsection (a) shall contain the name and address of the candidate, committee, or party paying for it.

History: 1977, PL 15-32 § 1.