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AO 2003-36

RGA

Summary

Superseded in part by Explanation and Justification for Final Rules on Participation by Federal Candidates and Officeholders at Non-Federal Fundraising Events, 75 FR 24375 (May 5, 2010). Fundraising by federal candidate/officeholder for section 527 organization.

Documents

Final opinion January 12, 2004
Date Name Document type
01/12/2004 AO 2003-36 Final Opinion
01/07/2004 Comment on OGC Draft by Campaign Legal Center Comments and Ex parte Communications
01/07/2004 Vote Votes
01/06/2004 Amendment to OGC Draft (Chairman Smith), Agenda Document 04-04-B Draft Documents
01/06/2004 Amendment to OGC Draft (Commissioner Thomas), Agenda Document 04-04-A Draft Documents
01/05/2004 Comment on OGC Draft by Center for Responsive Politics Comments and Ex parte Communications
12/31/2003 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 04-04 Draft Documents
12/02/2003 Denial of Extension of Time AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time
10/16/2003 Request by Republican Governors Association AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Republican Governors Association Other
Counsel/Representative Tobin III, Edward T. Individual
Commenter Center for Responsive Politics Research/Public Interest/Educational Institution
Commenter Noble, Lawrence M. Individual
Commenter Campaign Legal Center Research/Public Interest/Educational Institution
Commenter Shor, Glen M. Individual