Note: see session law sections for effective dates.
Any of the following actions, taken alone, do not establish that an expenditure made by the spender is coordinated with the candidate:
(1) a candidate asks a spender not to make any expenditure to support the candidate or oppose the candidate's opponent;
(2) a candidate provides to a spender names of potential donors, as long as the spender does not state or suggest to the candidate that funds received from use of the donor list will be used for independent expenditures to benefit the candidate;
(3) an expenditure uses a photograph, video, or audio recording obtained from a publicly available source or public event;
(4) an expenditure uses information obtained from a biography, position paper, press release, or similar material about the candidate from a publicly available source or public event;
(5) the spender contributes to the candidate, makes an in-kind donation to the candidate, or endorses the candidate;
(6) an expenditure includes a hyperlink to the candidate's website or social media page;
(7) an expenditure appears in a news story, commentary, or editorial distributed through the facilities of any broadcasting station, newspaper, magazine, or other periodical publication;
(8) the spender discusses the candidate's position on a legislative or policy matter with the candidate. This paragraph includes the sending, completion, and return of a survey conducted by the spender to determine whether to endorse the candidate; or
(9) the spender invites the candidate to appear before the spender's members, employees, or shareholders, including the candidate's participation in the event, unless the event promotes the election of the candidate or the defeat of the candidate's opponent, or the candidate requests or accepts campaign contributions at the event.