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10A.179 EXPENDITURES AND NONCAMPAIGN DISBURSEMENTS; GENERAL PROVISIONS.

Subdivision 1.Reimbursements.

(a) When a committee reimburses an individual or association for an expenditure or a noncampaign disbursement, the reimbursement is not required to be itemized on a report of receipts and expenditures unless the total reimbursements and payments made by the committee during the year to that individual or association exceed $200.

(b) When a committee reimburses an individual or association for an expenditure or noncampaign disbursement that requires itemization on a report of receipts and expenditures and chooses under section 10A.20, subdivision 13, to report the expenditure or noncampaign disbursement as a reimbursement to a third party, the committee must disclose the following information on the report:

(1) the name and address of the individual or association to which reimbursement was made;

(2) the name and address of the vendor supplying the good or service for which reimbursement was made;

(3) the date of the expenditure or noncampaign disbursement for which reimbursement was made;

(4) the date of the reimbursement;

(5) a description of the specific good or service purchased; and

(6) if the reimbursement was for a noncampaign disbursement, the specific noncampaign disbursement category in section 10A.01, subdivision 26, that is applicable to the good or service for which reimbursement was made.

Subd. 2.Allocating ongoing expenses.

When an ongoing expense has both a campaign purpose and a purpose listed as a noncampaign disbursement in section 10A.01, subdivision 26, the committee must allocate the cost of the expense between the two purposes according to the proportion of actual use for each purpose.

History:

2018 c 119 s 25