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Session Laws, 1982
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HARRY HUGHES, Governor

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prescribed by the State Administrative Board of Election
Laws. If he does not in fact receive contributions or make
expenditures of $100 or more, no further reports need be
filed pursuant to this section. The affidavit shall be filed
not later than the date by which the first report is due. If
at any time the cumulative contributions to or expenditures
by a candidate who has filed such an affidavit equal or
exceed $100, he and his treasurer shall thereafter file all
reports required by this section and failure to do so
constitutes a failure to file and the commission of a
misdemeanor subject to the penalties prescribed in § 26-20.

(d) The chairmen and the treasurers of all other
committees shall file the report or statement of
contributions and expenditures, as prescribed in accordance
with § 26-12 of this article, at each of the times and for
the respective periods specified in subsection (a) of this
section. EACH REPORT, FILED IN ACCORDANCE WITH PARAGRAPHS
(1) AND (2) BELOW, SHALL BE FILED IN DUPLICATE. This report
or statement shall be filed with:

(1)  The local board of the county or Baltimore
City at which a candidate supported or opposed by a
committee has filed his certificate of candidacy; and

(2)  The local board of the county or Baltimore
City in which the committee has promoted the success or
defeat of a local principle or local proposition submitted
to a vote at an election only in that county or Baltimore
City; and

(3)  The State Administrative Board of Election
Laws if a candidate supported or opposed by a committee has
filed his certificate of candidacy with the State
Administrative Board of Election Laws; and

(4)  The State Administrative Board of Election
Laws if the committee has promoted the success or defeat of
a political party, statewide principle, statewide
proposition, or other principle or proposition submitted to
a vote at an election in a county or Baltimore City and all
or part of another county or counties; and

(5)  The local board of the county or Baltimore
City and the State Administrative Board of Election Laws if
the committee supported or opposed candidates filing their
certificates of candidacy with both the local board and the
State Administrative Board of Election Laws; and

(6)  The local board and the State Administrative
Board of Election Laws if the committee has promoted the
success or defeat of a local principle or local proposition
submitted to a vote at an election in that county or
Baltimore City and has promoted the success or defeat of a
political party, statewide principle, statewide proposition,

 

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