25-4175. Affidavit of intent by treasurer of party or political committee to expend and receive less than $500 and not more than $50 from any one contributor; filing; certain reports not required. For any calendar year during which a party or political committee intends to expend an aggregate amount or value of less than $500 and intends to receive contributions in an aggregate amount or value of less than $500 and during which such party or political committee intends to receive no contributions in excess of $50 from any one contributor, the treasurer of such party or political committee shall file an affidavit of such intent with the secretary of state if such committee is a party committee or a political committee which expressly advocates the nomination, election or defeat of a clearly identified candidate for state office and with the county election officer if the committee is a political committee which expressly advocates the nomination, election or defeat of a clearly identified candidate for local office. Such treasurer shall not be required to file the reports required by K.S.A. 25-4148, and amendments thereto for the year for which such affidavit is filed. Such affidavit may be filed at any time not later than the ninth day preceding the primary election.
History: L. 1981, ch. 171, § 34;
L. 1990, ch. 122, § 14;
L. 1998, ch. 117, § 15; July 1.
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