State of Oregon secondary Archives: on Government Reform
Voted NO on looser campaign finance reporting
SB 270: Campaign Finance Reporting (Bill Failed House, 5-54); Conger voted Nay.
Vote to pass a bill that modifies requirements for campaign finance reporting and limits the maximum fine imposed for failing to submit required statements concerning contributions.
Repeals a portion of existing law which includes in the definition of "contribution" unfulfilled pledges, subscriptions, agreements or promises, whether they are legally enforceable or not.
Repeals the requirement that candidates or treasurers of political committees report account numbers when filing statements of organization.
Limits the maximum fine imposed for failing to submit required statements concerning contributions to no more than $5,000 in a calendar month.
Source: VoteSmart summary: 2014 Ore. Senate legislative session Sep 1, 2014
The above quotations are from State of Oregon Politicians: secondary Archives.
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