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All News Related to Public Act 96-0832, the New Campaign Disclosure Law


The New Campaign Disclosure Law News Items


A Guide to Campaign Disclosure 2011
This Guide is an overall explanation of the Campaign Disclosure Act.


Schedule A-1 For Use After December 31, 2010
A political committee that receives a contribution of $1,000 or more starting January 1, 2011, will need to file a Schedule A-1 within 5 business days of receipt of the contribution. If the committee is participating* in the election and the contribution is received within the 30 day period proceeding an election a Schedule A-1 must be filed within 2 business days.

*A committee is considered to be ‘participating’ in an election if it has a candidate or proposition on the ballot, if it spends a total of more than $500 in support of or in opposition to any candidate(s) or issue(s) on the ballot, or if it spends a total of more than $500 for any form of communication that makes a clear appeal to vote for or against a candidate, party or question of public policy that will appear on the ballot. A committee formed to support or oppose a candidate or question of public policy on the next election ballot is always considered to be participating in that election.



A-1s Made Simple – Revised to Include Changes Effective January 1, 2011
Explains the changes to the filing of a Schedule A-1. A Schedule A-1 must filed each time a contribution of $1,000 is received at any time during the year.


Are you required to File – Revised to Include Changes Effective January 1, 2011
This brochure explains who must file disclosure documents with the State Board of Elections. It also addresses when and where required documents must be filed.


Committee Treasurer Duties and Responsibilities – Revised to Include Changes Effective January 1, 2011
This brochure explains the responsibilities of a committee treasurer taking into account upcoming changes to the law.


Electronic Filing of Campaign Disclosure Reports – Revised to Include Changes Effective January 1, 2011
An outline of electronic filing requirements and the IDIS 2.0 filing program.


A Guide for Fundraisers – Revised to Include Changes Effective January 1, 2011
Addresses what you need to know to conduct a fundraiser and what kind of records must be kept in order to meet campaign disclosure reporting requirements.


Rules for Raffles – Revised to Include Changes Effective January 1, 2011
What you need to know to conduct a raffle and what kind of records must be kept.


Contribution Limits for Campaign Disclosure
Provides information on contribution limits that will be in effect for all Illinois political committees as of January 1, 2011.




All News Related to Public Act 96-0832, the New Campaign Disclosure Law

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