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HB 524 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. Introduced by: Kelly K. Convirs-Fowler |

Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates. Prohibits any candidate from soliciting or accepting a contribution from any public service corporation or any political action committee established and administered by such a corporation.

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SB 111 Campaign finance; candidate contribution limits; civil penalty. Introduced by: Joseph D. Morrissey

Prohibits any single contribution, or any combination of contributions, that exceeds $25,000 from any individual or committee to any one candidate for any election. The bill permits unlimited contributions by a candidate or a candidate's family to the candidate's campaign. The bill prohibits contributions from any person that is not an individual or a committee to any candidate.

By |2022-01-07T12:37:11-05:00January 7th, 2022|campaign finance/ ethics, Elections|Comments Off on SB 111 Campaign finance; candidate contribution limits; civil penalty. Introduced by: Joseph D. Morrissey

HB 71 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates, Phase I Utility and Phase II Utility. Introduced by: R. Lee Ware |

Prohibits candidates, campaign committees, and political committees from soliciting or accepting contributions from any public utility, as defined in the bill, and prohibits any public utility or any political committee established by such public utility from making any such contribution.

By |2022-02-01T14:42:07-05:00January 7th, 2022|Bipartisan ?, campaign finance/ ethics, Elections, Tier #1 SUPPORT|Comments Off on HB 71 Campaign finance; prohibited contributions to candidates, Phase I Utility and Phase II Utility. Introduced by: R. Lee Ware |