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Party committee coordinated party expenditure disclaimer example

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This is an example of a coordinated party expenditure that is paid for by the state party committee and authorized by the committee of a general election candidate. Disclaimers on coordinated party communications must identify the committee that actually paid for the communication, regardless of whether the committee is spending against its own limit or against an amount assigned to it by another committee.

When a coordinated party communication is distributed before the date of the party’s nomination, the communication need only state who paid for it; no authorization statement is required. However, a post-nomination coordinated party communication approved by a candidate or candidate’s committee must state also that it is authorized by the nominee or nominee’s committee.