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Citizens Clean Elections Commission clarifies position on use of officeholder accounts (access required)

The Citizens Clean Elections Commission in January voted to confirm that enforcement actions would not been pursued against publicly funded candidates using officeholder expense accounts should they be discontinued or deemed illegal. The accounts, meant to cover specific expenses of elected officials during legislative sessions, are not authorized by the Clean Elections Act, but exist as ...

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