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- A financial disclosure statement shall be an accurate
and complete accounting of all campaign expenses and campaign
income (including the sources of any income) of any candidate,
slate, or sponsor.
- Each candidate, slate, and sponsor must file with the
Hearings Officer a financial disclosure statement within forty-eight
hours after all polls have been declared closed by the Commission.
Candidates, slates, and sponsors incurring no election expenses
must still file a financial disclosure statement. Failure to file
a financial disclosure statement shall be grounds for
- All financial disclosure statements must be accompanied by
receipts documenting the expenses and income listed on the statement.
- Any substantial inaccuracies in a financial disclosure
statement shall be grounds for disqualification.
- Each financial disclosure statement shall be verified
by the Hearings Officer as to its accuracy, such verifications being
presented to the Hearings Committee and the Senate in a timely
- No candidate, slate, Special Fee request, General Fee issue, or ballot
measure shall be certified by the Senate as elected or approved
unless a financial disclosure statement is filed with the Hearings Officer
and a verification by the Hearings Officer is presented to the Senate.