Section 11-44E-94

Political, other improper influences on city manager and personnel under his (her) authority prohibited; ineligibility of candidates for public office to continue employment.

Neither the city manager nor any person appointed by him (her) or seeking appointment by him (her) shall be appointed, promoted, reduced, removed, or in any way favored or discriminated against because of his (her) political opinions or affiliations. Neither the city manager nor any officer or employee directly appointed by the city manager shall continue in such position after becoming a candidate for nomination or election to any municipal public office. No person appointed by the city manager, or seeking appointment by him (her), shall either directly or indirectly give, render, or pay any money, service, or other valuable thing to any person for, or on account of, or in connection with, his (her) test, appointment, proposed appointment, promotion, or proposed promotion.

(Acts 1988, No. 88-445, p. 660, §5.05.)