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AO 1996-09

Exon for Senate


Building library center with excess campaign funds.


Final opinion April 19, 1996
Date Name Document type
04/19/1996 AO 1996-09 Final Opinion
04/18/1996 Vote Votes
04/17/1996 Drafto AO (Commissioner Thomas), Agenda Document No. 96-45-A Draft Documents
04/11/1996 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 96-45 Draft Documents
02/23/1996 Request by Re-Elect Exon for U.S. Senate Committee AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Re-Elect Exon for U.S. Senate Committee Federal candidate/candidate committee/officeholder
Counsel/Representative Pallas, Greg Individual