Subpart 1. Additional definitions.

In addition to those listed in Minnesota Statutes, section 10A.01, subdivision 26, the following expenses are noncampaign disbursements:

A. transportation, meals, and lodging paid to attend a campaign school;
B. costs of campaigning incurred by a person with a disability, as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 363A.03, subdivision 12, and which are made necessary by the disability;
C. the cost to an incumbent or a winning candidate of providing services to residents in the district after the general election in an election year for the office held;
D. payment of advances of credit in a year after the year in which the advance was reported as an expenditure;
E. payment of fines assessed by the board; and
F. costs of running a transition office for a winning gubernatorial candidate during the first six months after election.
Subp. 2. [Repealed, 21 SR 1779]
Subp. 3. Reporting purpose of noncampaign disbursements.

Itemization of an expense which is classified as a noncampaign disbursement must include sufficient information to justify the classification.


Minn. R. 4503.0900
20 SR 2504; 21 SR 1779; L 1999 c 220 s 50; 30 SR 903

Statutory Authority: MS s 10A.02; 10A.025

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