19-29-3 Material errors and omissions.
Giving due regard to the number of errors or
omissions, the dollar value involved, the percent-
age of error, the magnitude of the contributions
and expenditures of the particular candidate or
committee, and the importance of presentation of
a true public record, and professional accounting
judgment, the following shall be considered ma-
terial errors and omissions:

    (a) General.

    (1) Failure to use forms prescribed by the com-

    (2) Incomplete identification of the candidate
or committee.

    (3) Failure of treasurer to sign report.

    (4) Illegibility.

    (b) Summary page.

    (1) Failure to complete or incorrect or omitted

    (c) Accompanying schedules.

    (1) Dates inadequate, incorrect or omitted.

    (2) Full name inadequate, incorrect or omitted.

    (3) Address inadequate, incorrect or omitted.

    (4) Description or purpose inadequate or omit-

    (5) Amount incorrect or omitted.

    (6) Failure to report transaction on proper re-

    (7) Transaction not reported or reported on
wrong schedule.

    (8) Transaction reported on correct schedule,
but improperly.

    (9) Total(s) for schedule incorrect or omitted.

    (10) Contribution cumulative amount column
incorrect or not completed.

    (11) Detail provided for expenditures to adver-
tising agencies, public relations firms, or political
consultants inadequate or omitted.

    (12) Disposition of loans or accounts payable
from previous report(s) inadequate or omitted.
(Authorized by K.S.A. 1979 Supp. 25-4119a; ef-
fective, E-76-56, Nov. 26, 1975; effective, E-77-
20, May 1, 1976; effective Feb. 15, 1977;
amended May 1, 1980.)