Rule 111:2-4-08 | Two-business-day statements.
If any contribution, alone or in aggregation with any other contribution, is received from the same contributor in the amount of ten thousand dollars or more by the campaign committee of any candidate for chief justice or any candidate for justice of the supreme court or in the amount of ten thousand dollars or more by the campaign committee of any other statewide candidate on or after the nineteenth day before through midnight of the day of the election, the campaign committee of that candidate shall notify the secretary of state within forty-eight hours of receipt of the contribution. The notification shall be in writing and shall include the name of the candidate and the office sought by the candidate, the identification of the contributor, and the date of receipt and amount of the contribution. The notification required by this rule shall be in addition to the reporting of these contributions on the postelection statement required under division (A)(2) of section 3517.10 of the Revised Code.
Any two-business-day statement 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 statement. 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 of the information required to be reported on the two-business-day statement.
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