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AO 1990-27

Connecticut Republicans


Transfer to federal account of funds mistakenly deposited in state account.


Final opinion January 18, 1991
Date Name Document type
01/18/1991 AO 1990-27 Final Opinion
01/17/1991 Vote Votes
12/07/1990 Comment on Aor by Connecticut Elections Enforcement Commission Comments and Ex parte Communications
11/26/1990 Request by Connecticut Republican Party AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Connecticut Republican Party Party committee, state or local
Counsel/Representative Tyler Cooper & Alcorn Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Mr. Ralph G. Elliot Individual
Commenter Connecticut Elections Enforcement Commission Governmental entity
Commenter Mr. Jefferey B. Garfield Individual