25-4142. Citation of act. K.S.A. 25-4119e, 25-4119f, 25-4119g, 25-4142 through 25-4187 and K.S.A. 25-4153b, and amendments thereto, shall be known and may be cited as the campaign finance act.
History: L. 1981, ch. 171, § 1;
L. 1989, ch. 111, § 7;
L. 1991, ch. 150, § 5;
L. 2000, ch. 124, § 11; July 1.
Source or prior law:
At time of enactment, this act contained a repealer which would have sunset
the act on July 1, 1987 (L. 1981, ch. 172, § 49). This repealer was repealed
by L. 1986, ch. 143, § 3.
Law Review and Bar Journal References:
"Treatment of the Separation of Powers Doctrine in
Kansas," Marc E. Elkins, 29 K.L.R. 243, 262 (1981).
Governmental Ethics Commission Opinions:
State senator not currently involved in reelection campaign may not use campaign funds for contribution to county central committee. 94-36.
Contest by unsuccessful candidate on certification of successful opponent's election; candidate defined; campaign contributions; special interests. 95-5.
Contribution of unused campaign funds to charity. 1999-23.
Use of campaign funds to sponsor College Republican National Committee. 1999-24 (Revised).
Legislators may not use campaign funds to pay membership dues of Kansas Conservative Caucus, Inc. 1999-36.
No restrictions on how political committee spends its money. 1999-44.
Sheriff may use campaign funds in defense of civil ouster proceeding. 2000-03.
During legislative session legislator may not solicit contributions from lobbyist to be given after sine die. 2000-16.
Use of campaign funds by governor at Republican national convention. 2000-24.
Use of campaign funds to pay for replacement on radio talk program.
1. Violations of act involving theft, conspiracy, false writing, criminal solicitation, and acts necessary to constitute concealment examined. State v. Palmer, 248 K. 681, 682, 810 P.2d 734 (1991).