A religious, charitable, or educational organization may not request a candidate or committee to contribute to the organization, to subscribe for the support of a club or organization, to buy tickets to entertainment, or to pay for space in a publication. This section does not apply to:
(1) the solicitation of a business advertisement in periodicals in which the candidate was a regular contributor, before candidacy;
(2) ordinary business advertisements;
(3) regular payments to a religious, charitable, or educational organization, of which the candidate was a member, or to which the candidate was a contributor for more than six months before candidacy; or
(4) ordinary contributions at church services.
NOTE: This section was found unconstitutional in Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, Inc. v. Kelley, 427 F.3d 1106 (8th Cir. 2005).