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AO 1991-05

Tennessee Democrats


Superseded in part by the 2002 Soft Money Regulations, 67 FR 49064, 49065, 49101 (July 29, 2002). Party office building fund; preemption issues.


Final opinion May 03, 1991
Date Name Document type
05/03/1991 AO 1991-05 Final Opinion
05/02/1991 Dissenting Opinion (Commissioner Josefiak) Commissioner Statements
05/02/1991 Vote Votes
04/25/1991 Vote Votes
03/20/1991 Comment on AOR by Tennesse Registry of Election Finance Comments and Ex parte Communications
02/19/1991 Request by Tennessee Democratic Party AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Tennessee Democratic Party Party committee, state or local
Counsel/Representative Gullett, Sanford, Robinson & Martin Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Campbell, Todd Individual
Commenter Tennessee Registry of Election Finance Governmental entity
Commenter Catalano, Peggy Nance Individual