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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Campaign finance. Applies campaign contribution limits to contributions made by certain organizations. Provides that a contribution made by an organization is considered to be a contribution made by another organization that has more than a 50% interest in the contributing organization. Provides that contribution limits apply to individual candidates and committees instead of to the aggregate of contributions made to candidate or committee classes. Reduces to $50 the amount of a contribution that requires certain information about a contributor to be reported. Requires reporting the occupation of an individual whose contributions must be reported. Requires itemization of committee receipts by the amount of: (1) cash contributions received; (2) the value of property other than cash received as contributions; and (3) the value of property received other than contributions. Requires candidates for judge, prosecutor, sheriff of a county containing a consolidated city, sheriff of a county containing a second class city, mayor of a city other than a third class city, and county commissioner of a county that contains a second class city to file campaign reports electronically with the election division in addition to filing the reports with the county election board.