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12-27-1      Definitions.
12-27-2      Political committee chair and treasurer required--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-3      Statements of organization to be filed for political action committee and candidate campaign committee--Time for filing--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-4      Incorporation of political committee permitted--Treasurer remains personally responsible.
12-27-5      Time for existing political committees to file statement of organization--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-6      Contents of statement of organization.
12-27-7      Limit on contributions to candidates for statewide office--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-8      Limit on contributions to candidates for legislative or county office--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-9      Limit on contributions to political action committees--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-10      Limit on contributions to political parties--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-11      Name and address of contributor required--Donation of contributions from unknown sources to charitable organization--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-12      Disguised contributions prohibited--Misdemeanor.
12-27-13      Property purchased with contributions to be property of political committee or party.
12-27-14      Report of sale of property--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-15      Printed political communications to contain certain language--Exceptions--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-16      Statements to be filed and disclaimers regarding independent expenditures for communications advocating for or against candidate, office holder, ballot question, or political party--Contents--Violation as misdemeanor--Exceptions.
12-27-17      Statements to be filed regarding payments for communications identifying candidate or office holder but not advocating election or defeat--Contents--Exceptions.
12-27-17.1      Disclaimers to be included in communications which do not expressly advocate for or against candidate, office holder, ballot question, or political party--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-18      Contributions by organizations to candidate committee or political party prohibited--Contributions to ballot question committee permitted--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-18.1      Restriction on acceptance of contributions by ballot question committee--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-19      Statements required for organization to make contribution to ballot question committee--Disclosure of information by committee--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-20      Expenditure of public funds to influence election outcome prohibited.
12-27-21      Acceptance of contributions from public entities prohibited--Misdemeanor.
12-27-22      Persons and entities required to submit campaign finance disclosure statements--Time for submission--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-22.1      Circumstances under which campaign finance disclosure statement not required.
12-27-23      Statement of organization to be filed for ballot question committee--Time for filing--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-24      Contents of campaign finance disclosure statement.
12-27-25      Termination statement.
12-27-26      Requirements for dissolution of political committee.
12-27-27      Conditions requiring filing of amended statement--Time for filing--Violation as misdemeanor--Civil penalty.

12-27-28      Conditions requiring filing of supplemental statement--Time for filing--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-29      Records required to be kept by treasurer of political committee and political party--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-29.1      Administrative penalty for failure to timely file statement, amendment, or correction.
12-27-29.2      Administrative order assessing penalty-Hearing--Appeal--Termination of committee.
12-27-29.3      Prohibition of certification as candidate for failure to pay penalties or file required documents.
12-27-30      Civil penalty for failure to timely file statement, amendment, or correction with county, township, municipality, school district, or special purpose district.
12-27-31      Forms to be adopted by secretary of state--Oath or affirmation.
12-27-32      Preservation and destruction of statements in public records.
12-27-33      Sale and certain uses of information in statements prohibited--Misdemeanor.
12-27-34      Intentionally false or misleading statements prohibited--Felony.
12-27-35      Investigation and prosecution of violations by attorney general--Civil actions.
12-27-36      Access to records by attorney general--Violation as misdemeanor.
12-27-37      Confidentiality of records.
12-27-38      Candidate may not be certified or to forfeit office for felony violation.
12-27-39      Application of campaign finance requirements.
12-27-40      Investigation and prosecution of violations by state's attorney--Civil actions.
12-27-41      Filing by electronic transmission.
12-27-42      Place of filing.
12-27-43      Action for civil penalty for certain violations.
12-27-44      Repealed.
12-27-45      Additional standards adopted by political subdivision.

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