Subpart 1. [Repealed, L 2005 c 156 art 6 s 68]
Subp. 2. Multicandidate materials.

An approved expenditure made on behalf of multiple candidates must be allocated between the candidates on a reasonable basis if the cost exceeds $20 per candidate.

Subp. 3. Multipurpose materials.

A reasonable portion of the fair market value of preparation and distribution of association newsletters or similar materials which, in part, advocate the nomination or election of a candidate is a donation in kind which must be approved by the candidate if the value exceeds $20, unless an independent expenditure is being made.

Subp. 4. Office facilities.

The fair market value of shared office space or services provided to a candidate without reimbursement is a donation in kind.

Subp. 5. Campaign expenditures for constituent services paid with personal funds.

Costs of providing constituent services that are campaign expenditures and paid with the personal funds of the candidate are a donation in kind to the principal campaign committee of the candidate.


Minn. R. 4503.0800
20 SR 2504; L 2005 c 156 art 6 s 68

Statutory Authority: MS s 10A.02

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