Rule 111:2-4-07 | Monthly statements.
Monthly statements shall be filed no later than three business days after the last day of the month covered by such statement. Such statement shall be on a form prescribed by the secretary of state and shall include all of the following:
(A) The full name and address of each person, political party, political contributing entity, campaign committee, legislative campaign fund, or political action committee from whom contributions are received and the registration number assigned to the political action committee;
(B) The amount, month, day, and year of the contribution;
(C) If a campaign committee of a statewide candidate receives a contribution from an individual that exceeds one hundred dollars, the name of the individual's current employer, if any, or, if the individual is self-employed the individual's occupation and name of the individual's business;
(D) If a campaign committee of a statewide candidate receives a contribution transmitted pursuant to section 3599.031 of the Revised Code from amounts deducted from the wages and salaries of two or more employees that exceeds one hundred dollars, the full name of the employees' employer and the full name of the labor organization of which the employees are members, if any.
The information included on a monthly statement shall not be reported again on any subsequent monthly statement, two-business-day statement, or campaign finance statement required by section 3517.10 of the Revised Code.
Any monthly statement required to be filed under section 3517.10 of the Revised Code that is found to be incomplete or inaccurate by the secretary of state shall be accepted on a conditional basis, and the person who filed it shall be notified by certified mail as to the incomplete or inaccurate nature of the report. Within twenty-one days after receipt of a notice, the recipient shall file an addendum to the statement providing the information necessary to complete or correct the statement.
A statement is incomplete or inaccurate if it fails to disclose substantially all contributions that are received from a source and that are required to be reported on the monthly statement required by section 3517.10 of the Revised Code or if the report fails to disclose at least ninety per cent of the total contributions received during the reporting period.
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