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AO 1996-22

Perot

Summary

Public funding for non-major party candidates.

Documents

Final opinion June 14, 1996
Date Name Document type
06/14/1996 AO 1996-22 Final Opinion
06/13/1996 Vote Votes
05/29/1996 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document No. 96-62 Draft Documents
05/23/1996 Late Comment on AOR by Daniel F. Walker Comments and Ex parte Communications
04/30/1996 Request by Ross Perot and the Perot Reform Committee AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Perot, Ross Individual
Requestor Perot Reform Committee Federal candidate/candidate committee/officeholder
Counsel/Representative Hughes & Luce, L.L.P. Law Firm
Counsel/Representative Mulford, Ross Clayton Individual
Commenter Walker, Daniel F. Individual