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AO 2009-15

Bill White for Texas

Summary

Authorized committee's acceptance of a contribution for a special election that may not occur.

Documents

Final opinion July 29, 2009
Date Name Document type
07/29/2009 2009-15 Final Opinion
07/28/2009 Vote Votes
07/27/2009 Comment on OGC Draft by Association of State Democratic Chairs Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/27/2009 Comment on OGC Draft by Bill White for Texas Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/27/2009 Comment on OGC Draft by Thomas J. Josefiak, Jason Torchinsky, and Michael Bayes Comments and Ex parte Communications
07/23/2009 Draft AO (OGC), Agenda Document 09-55 Draft Documents
06/11/2009 Request by Bill White for Texas AO Request, Supplemental Material, and Extensions of Time

Entities

Role Name Type
Requestor Bill White for Texas Federal candidate/candidate committee/officeholder
Counsel/Representative Hunsaker, Barry Individual
Commenter Bill White for Texas Federal candidate/candidate committee/officeholder
Commenter Association of State Democratic Chairs Party committee, state or local
Commenter Holtzman Vogel PLLC Law Firm
Commenter Torchinsky, Jason Individual
Commenter Josefiak, Thomas J. Individual
Commenter Hunsaker, Barry Individual
Commenter Bayes, Michael Individual
Commenter Buckley, Raymond Individual