19-24-6 General overhead and other
costs. (a) Party committees. Expenditures by a
party committee for its own general overhead, sal-
aries and supplies do not constitute reportable in-
kind contributions to the candidates of the party.
Other expenditures by a party committee which
are intended to accrue to the equal benefit of its
candidates do not constitute reportable in-kind
contributions. In addition, costs associated with
the provisions of campaign materials and general
advice by a party committee to its candidates do
not constitute reportable in-kind contributions to
the recipient except to the extent the materials are
prepared for a specific candidate or the advice is
of a specialized nature and the value exceeds fifty
dollars ($50) in any allocable election period.

    (b) Affiliated or connected organizations of po-
litical committees. Expenditures by an affiliated
organization of a political committee, to the extent
the expenditures exceed fifty dollars ($50) during
an allocable period for the use of office space to
a political committee constitute reportable in-kind
contributions to the committee. Costs associated
with the provision of supervisory personnel, cler-
ical or secretarial assistance constitute reportable
in-kind contributions to the extent the costs ex-
ceed a value of fifty dollars ($50) during an allo-
cable election period. Where the supervisory per-
sonnel, clerks or secretaries volunteer their time
and are not reimbursed no in-kind contribution
exists. In addition, the provision of office supplies
and telephone services by an affiliated organiza-
tion to its political committee constitute reporta-
ble in-kind contributions but only to the extent the
value exceeds fifty dollars ($50) during an alloca-
ble election period. (Authorized by K.S.A. 1980
Supp. 25-4119a; implementing K.S.A. 1980 Supp.
25-4102(d),(f); effective, E-77-29, June 3, 1976;
amended, E-77-47, Sept. 30, 1976; effective Feb.
15, 1977; amended May 1, 1981.)