11 CFR 100.140 - Slate cards and sample ballots.
The payment by a State or local committee of a political party of the costs of preparation, display, or mailing or other distribution incurred by such committee with respect to a printed slate card, sample ballot, palm card, or other printed listing(s) of three or more candidates for any public office for which an election is held in the State in which the committee is organized is not an expenditure. The payment of the portion of such costs allocable to Federal candidates must be made from funds subject to the limitations and prohibitions of the Act. If made by a political party committee, such payments shall be reported by that committee as disbursements, but need not be allocated in committee reports to specific candidates. This exemption shall not apply to costs incurred by such a committee with respect to the preparation and display of listings made on broadcasting stations, or in newspapers, magazines, and similar types of general public political advertising such as billboards. But see11 CFR 100.24, 104.17(a), and part 300, subpart B for exempt activities that also constitute Federal election activity.
Title 11 published on 2016-09-20
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 11 CFR Part 100 after this date.
- 11 CFR 100.5 — Political Committee (52 U.S.C. 30101(4), (5), and (6)).
- 11 CFR 300.36 — Reporting Federal Election Activity; Recordkeeping.
- 11 CFR 110.11 — Communications; Advertising; Disclaimers (52 U.S.C. 30120).
- 11 CFR 106.7 — Allocation of Expenses Between Federal and Non-Federal Accounts by Party Committees, Other Than for Federal Election Activities.