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AO 2003-25



Superseded in part by 2006 Coordinated Communication Regulations, 71 FR 33190, 33202 (June 8, 2006). Federal candidate appearing in an advertisement endorsing a nonfederal candidate.


Final opinion October 17, 2003
Date Name Document type
12/08/2003 Concurring Opinion (Vice Chairman Smith, Commissioner Mason, Commissioner Toner) Commissioner Statements
11/12/2003 Concurring Opinion (Commissioner McDonald, Commissioner Thomas) Commissioner Statements
10/17/2003 AO 2003-25 Final Opinion
10/16/2003 Vote Votes
10/09/2003 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 03-75 Draft Documents
09/22/2003 Comment on AOR by Campaign Legal Center and Democracy 21 Comments and Ex parte Communications
08/08/2003 Request by Jonathan Weinzapfel and Weinzapfel for Mayor Committee AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Weinzapfel, Jonathan Individual
Requestor Weinzapfel for Mayor Committee Other
Counsel/Representative Sandler, Reiff & Young, P.C. Law Firm
Commenter Campaign Legal Center Research/Public Interest/Educational Institution
Commenter Shor, Glen M. Individual