Title 20A Chapter 11 Section 205

Election Code
Campaign and Financial Reporting Requirements
Section 205
State office candidate -- Financial reporting requirements -- Termination of duty to report.

            

20A-11-205.   State office candidate -- Financial reporting requirements -- Termination of duty to report.

            (1) Each state office candidate and the candidate's personal campaign committee is active and subject to interim reporting requirements until:

            (a) the candidate withdraws or is eliminated in a convention or primary; or

            (b) if seeking appointment as a midterm vacancy state office candidate:

            (i) the political party liaison fails to forward the person's name to the governor; or

            (ii) the governor fails to appoint the person to fill the vacancy.

            (2) Each state office candidate and the candidate's personal campaign committee is active and subject to year-end summary reporting requirements until the candidate has filed a statement of dissolution with the lieutenant governor stating that:

            (a) the state office candidate or the personal campaign committee is no longer receiving contributions and is no longer making expenditures;

            (b) the ending balance on the last summary report filed is zero and the balance in the separate bank account required in Section 20A-11-201 is zero; and

            (c) a final summary report in the form required by Section 20A-11-203 showing a zero balance is attached to the statement of dissolution.

            (3) A statement of dissolution and a final summary report may be filed at any time.

            (4) Each state office candidate and the candidate’s personal campaign committee shall continue to file the year-end summary report required by Section 20A-11-203 until the statement of dissolution and final summary report required by this section are filed with the lieutenant governor.


Amended by Chapter 170, 2013 General Session