Expressly advocating

Expressly advocating means any communication that - Uses phrases such as vote for the President, re-elect your Congressman, support the Democratic nominee, cast your ballot for the Republican challenger for U.S. Senate in Georgia, Smith for Congress, Bill McKay in '94, vote Pro-Life or vote Pro-Choice accompanied by a listing of clearly identified candidates described as Pro-Life or Pro-Choice, vote against Old Hickory, defeat accompanied by a picture of one or more candidate(s), reject the incumbent, or communications of campaign slogan(s) or individual word(s), which in context can have no other reasonable meaning than to urge the election or defeat of one or more clearly identified candidate(s), such as posters, bumper stickers, advertisements, etc. which say Nixon's the One, Carter '76, Reagan/Bush or Mondale!; or


11 CFR § 100.22

Scoping language

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