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AO 2005-02

Corzine II

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Superseded in part by Explanation and Justification for Final Rules on Participation by Federal Candidates and Officeholders at Non-Federal Fundraising Events, 75 FR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 officeholder for nonfederal campaigns.

Documents

Final opinion April 22, 2005
Date Name Document type
04/22/2005 AO 2005-02 Final Opinion
04/21/2005 Amendment to OGC Draft (Commissioner Weintraub), Agenda Document 05-19-A Draft Documents
04/21/2005 Dissenting Opinion (Commissioner Mason) Commissioner Statements
04/21/2005 Vote Votes
04/20/2005 Comment on OGC Draft by Neil Reiff Comments and Ex parte Communications
04/20/2005 Comment on OGC Draft by Senator Jon Corzine and Corzine for Governor, Inc. Comments and Ex parte Communications
04/19/2005 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 05-19 Draft Documents
02/11/2005 Request by Senator Jon Corzine and Corzine for Governor, Inc. AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Corzine for Governor, Inc. Other
Requestor Corzine, Jon Individual
Counsel/Representative Svoboda, Brian G. Individual
Commenter Svoboda, Brian G. Individual
Commenter Corzine, Jon Individual
Commenter Corzine for Governor, Inc. Other