Iowa Admin. Code r. 11-65.2 - Restrictions on political activity of employees

All employees are prohibited from:

(1) Using the influence of their positions, public property, or supplies to secure contributions or to influence an election for any political party or any person seeking political office.
(2) Soliciting or receiving anything of value in excess of the limits in Iowa Code section 68B.5 as a political contribution or subterfuge for a contribution from any other person for any political party or any person seeking political office during scheduled working hours, while on duty, when using state equipment, or on state property.
(3) Promising or using influence to secure public employment or other benefits financed from public funds as a reward for political activity.
(4) Discriminating in favor of or against any employee or applicant on account of their political contributions or permitted political activities.

Employees of the alcoholic beverages division of the department of commerce, in addition to the foregoing subrules, are subject to the prohibitions set forth in Iowa Code section 123.13. All employees are further subject to the provisions of Iowa Code chapter 721.

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Iowa Admin. Code r. 11-65.2
Amended by IAB October 10, 2018/Volume XLI, Number 8, effective 11/14/2018

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