§3-8-9c. Joint fundraising.

(a) Political committees may engage in joint fund-raising efforts with other political committees or with committees registered with the Federal Election Commission pursuant to a written joint fund-raising agreement.

(b) A written joint fund-raising agreement must be filed with the Secretary of State and must provide terms for the allocation of fund-raising proceeds between or among political committees engaging in the joint fund-raising effort. The Secretary of State shall post all joint fund-raising agreements on the Internet within 10 business days from the date the agreement is filed.

(c) Any person soliciting funds for a joint fund-raising effort shall disclose, in making or publishing solicitations, the name of all political committees involved in the joint fund-raising effort and how any proceeds, including any contributions, will be allocated between or among such committees.

(d) A person, not otherwise prohibited by this article from making contributions, may make a contribution to a joint fund-raising effort subject to the contribution limits in §3-8-5c of this code.

(e) The State Election Commission shall propose rules for legislative approval in accordance with §29A-3-1 et seq. of this code to provide requirements for written joint fund-raising agreements and to implement the provisions of this section consistently, insofar as practicable, with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Federal Election Commission in 11 C.F.R. §102.17.