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AO 2009-10



Use of campaign funds for legal expenses.


Final opinion June 18, 2009
Date Name Document type
06/18/2009 AO 2009-10 Final Opinion
06/18/2009 Vote Votes
06/15/2009 Comment on OGC Draft by Daniel and Susan Martin Comments and Ex parte Communications
06/15/2009 Ex Parte Communications from Ken Christensen Comments and Ex parte Communications
06/11/2009 Draft AO for comment prior to Commission vote Draft Documents
03/21/2009 Request by Visclosky for Congress AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time


Role Name Type
Requestor Visclosky for Congress Federal candidate/candidate committee/officeholder
Counsel/Representative Wagner, Cindy Individual
Counsel/Representative Malczewski, Michael Individual