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33.14.03.00.htm 33.14.03.00. Title 33 STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS Subtitle 14 ADMINISTRATION OF PUBLIC FINANCING ACT Chapter 03 Limitations on Campaign Expenditures and Prohibitions Authority: Election Law Article, §2-102(b)4) 15-104.1, 15-107,and 15-109(b) Annotated Code of Maryland
33.14.03.01.htm 33.14.03.01. 01 In General.. A candidate who accepts a public contribution may not expend, in the applicable election, any amount in excess of that permitted by the Public Financing Act, as determined by the State Board under COMAR 33.14.01.04B.
33.14.03.02.htm 33.14.03.02. 02 Central Committees.. A. Expenditures made on behalf of the candidate by a State or local central committee of a political party are not subject to the expenditure limitation imposed by the Act.B. Expenditures by a State or local central committee of a political party coordinated with the candidate are in-kind contributions and subject to the limitations of Election Law Article, §13-226(c) Annotated Code of Maryland.
33.14.03.03.htm 33.14.03.03. 03 Political Committees.. For purposes of the expenditure limitation imposed by the Act, the State Board shall attribute to a candidate any expenditure by a political committee that is coordinated with:A. The candidate;. B. An agent of the candidate; or. C. An authorized committee of the candidate..
33.14.03.04.htm 33.14.03.04. 04 Slates.. A gubernatorial ticket may not be a member of any slate committee except for the gubernatorial ticket campaign committee.
33.14.03.05.htm 33.14.03.05. 05 Prohibited Transfers.. Transfers from a gubernatorial ticket campaign committee to any other political committee are prohibited.
33.14.03.06.htm 33.14.03.06. 06 In-Kind Contributions.. A. In General. An eligible gubernatorial ticket shall include in-kind contributions in meeting the expenditure limitation imposed by the Act.B. In-Kind Contribution. An in-kind contribution includes:. 1) A contribution given to a political committee in nonmonetary form for services or property; or. 2) A coordinated expenditure made on behalf of the candidate where the candidate knows of and consents to the expenditure.C. Value. For the purpose
33.14.03.07.htm 33.14.03.07. 07 Prior Expenditures.. After filing a notice of intent, any expenditures made from the date of a contribution that the gubernatorial ticket seeks to be considered as an eligible private contribution shall count against the expenditure limit imposed by the Act.
33.14.03.08.htm 33.14.03.08. 08 Fundraising Activities.. A. During the Election. After filing a notice of intent, a gubernatorial ticket or a person acting on behalf of the gubernatorial ticket may not, for the benefit of any other political committee, any person required to register with the State Board under Election Law Article, §13-306 and 13-307, Annotated Code of Maryland, or participating organization:1) Solicit contributions, including:. a) The authorized use of the names or images of th
33.14.03.9999.htm 33.14.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―06 adopted as an emergency provision effective February 1, 2000 (27:6 Md. R. 637) adopted permanently effective April 17, 2000 (27:7 Md. R. 710)Regulation .02 amended effective August 4, 2014 (41:15 Md. R. 893). Regulation .04 amended effective February 29, 2016 (43:4 Md. R. 337). Regulation .05 amended effective February 29, 2016 (43:4 Md. R. 337). Regulation .06 amended effective February 29, 2016 (43:4 Md. R. 337).
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