CHAPTER 3. ELECTIONS.

§3-12-5. Supreme Court of Appeals Public Campaign Financing Fund.

There is established within the State Treasury a special revenue fund to be known as the "Supreme Court of Appeals Public Campaign Financing Fund" for the dual purpose of providing public financing for the election campaigns of certified candidates under the provisions of this article and of paying the administrative and enforcement costs of the Secretary of State and State Election Commission related to this article. All moneys collected under the provisions of this article shall be deposited in the fund, which shall be administered by the State Election Commission. Funds may also be accepted from any gift, grant, bequest, endowment fund or donation which may be received by the State Election Commission from any person, firm, foundation or corporation. Any balance, including accrued interest or other earnings in the fund at the end of any fiscal year do not revert to the General Revenue Fund, but shall remain in the fund. Expenditures may be made from the fund only for the purposes set forth in this article and in accordance with the provisions of article three, chapter twelve of this code and upon fulfillment of the provisions of article two, chapter eleven-b of this code.

Bills Affecting §3-12-5

2017 Regular Session: SB463
2011 Regular Session: HB2454
2010 Regular Session: SB233
2010 Regular Session: HB2764
2010 Regular Session: HB4130
2010 Regular Session: HB4156
2009 Regular Session: SB241
2009 Regular Session: HB2764
2009 Regular Session: SB311
2009 Regular Session: HB3309
2008 Regular Session: SB240
2008 Regular Session: HB4050
2007 Regular Session: SB118
2007 Regular Session: HB2371
2006 Regular Session: SB124
2006 Regular Session: SB184
2006 Regular Session: HB2590
2006 Regular Session: HB4251
2006 Regular Session: HB4277
2005 Regular Session: SB247
2005 Regular Session: HB2486
2005 Regular Session: HB2542
2005 Regular Session: HB2590
2005 Regular Session: SB91
2004 Regular Session: SB270
2004 Regular Session: HB4260