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[§11-321]  Registration Of candidate Committee Or Noncandidate Committee.

C. Registration

(a) Each candidate committee or noncandidate committee shall register with the commission by filing an organizational report as set forth in section 11-322 or 11-323, as applicable.

(b) Before filing the organizational report, each candidate committee or noncandidate committee shall mail or deliver an electronic filing form to the commission.

(c) The electronic filing form shall include a written acceptance of appointment and certification of each report, as follows:

(1) A candidate committee shall file a written acceptance of appointment by the chairperson and treasurer and a certification by the candidate and treasurer of each filed report; or

(2) A noncandidate committee shall file a written acceptance of appointment by the chairperson and treasurer and a certification by the chairperson and treasurer of each filed report.

(d) The organizational report for a candidate committee shall be filed within ten days of the earlier of:

(1) The date the candidate files nomination papers for office; or

(2) The date the candidate or candidate committee receives contributions or makes or incurs expenditures of more than $100 in the aggregate during the applicable election period.

(e) An organizational report need not be filed under this section by an elected official who is a candidate for reelection to the same office in successive elections and has not sought election to any other office during the period between elections, unless the candidate is required to report a change in information pursuant to section 11-323.

(f) A candidate shall have only one candidate committee.

(g) The organizational report for a noncandidate committee shall be filed within ten days of receiving contributions or making or incurring expenditures of more than $1,000, in the aggregate, in a two-year election period; provided that within the thirty-day period prior to an election, a noncandidate committee shall register by filing an organizational report within two days of receiving contributions or making or incurring expenditures of more than $1,000, in the aggregate, in a two-year election period. [L 2010, c 211, pt of §2]

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Hawaii
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David Y. Ige
David Ige
December 1, 2014 -
Democratic
808-695-4620
201 Merchant St., Suite 1805, Honolulu, HI, 96813

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