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Campaign spending reports due

By The Herald Staff | 7/23/2014

TOPEKA — Candidates running for state and county offices must file their pre-primary election receipts and expenditure reports by Monday, the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission said Tuesday. County and state candidate reports may be viewed in county election offices and on the Kansas Ethics Commission’s website, respectively.

An additional report of last-minute contributions is required of any state or county candidate who receives any contribution of $300 or more by July 31.

TOPEKA — Candidates running for state and county offices must file their pre-primary election receipts and expenditure reports by Monday, the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission said Tuesday. County and state candidate reports may be viewed in county election offices and on the Kansas Ethics Commission’s website, respectively.

An additional report of last-minute contributions is required of any state or county candidate who receives any contribution of $300 or more by July 31.

The reports are public record. Franklin County candidate reports will be available for review in the county election office, which is the county clerk’s office at the Franklin County Courthouse, 315 S. Main St., Ottawa. State candidate reports are available for review on the Ethics Commission’s website www.kansas.gov/ethics

The Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission administers and enforces the state’s Campaign Finance Act.

The ethics commission’s primary objective is to obtain complete, accurate and timely disclosure of required financial information from candidates running for state and county office.

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