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AO 2002-01



No Presidential public funding for a coalition of minor parties supporting candidate(s) who together gain five percent of the vote.


Final opinion March 08, 2002
Date Name Document type
03/08/2002 AO 2002-01 Final Opinion
03/06/2002 Vote Votes
02/13/2002 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 02-13 Draft Documents
01/17/2002 Comment on AOR by Francine Miller Comments and Ex parte Communications
01/09/2002 Request by Lenora B. Fulani, James Mangia, et al. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Fulani, Lenora B. Individual
Requestor Mangia, James Individual
Counsel/Representative Kresky, Harry Individual
Commenter Miller, Francine Individual
Commenter Donovan & Yee LLP Law Firm