A political committee, political fund, political party unit, or principal campaign committee that raises funds through the sale of goods or services must disclose to potential customers that the proceeds from the purchase are a political contribution and to whom the contribution is made. The notice may be provided verbally at the time of purchase, or through the prominent display of a sign providing the notice in immediate proximity to the point of sale at the location where the goods or services are sold.
This section does not apply to goods or services sold at fund-raising events that require the purchase of a ticket to attend or at events where the main purpose is to conduct fund-raising.
A political committee, political fund, political party unit, or principal campaign committee that knowingly violates this section is subject to a civil penalty imposed by the board of up to $1,000.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes