HB 1312 revises the provisions for transfer of excess campaign funds after a state-wide election. HB 1336 prohibits any government agency from contributing to political organizations or campaigns and revises requirements for financial disclosure by political candidates for state-wide public offices. HB 1385 requires that candidates disclose the business, occupation, or place of employment for each donor contributing over $1,000; that members of the General Assembly, state-wide elected officials, and their respective campaign committees not accept campaign contributions during a legislative session; and that the maximum permissible contribution by any donor to a candidate is $3,500 per election. HB 1465 exempts elected soil and water district supervisors from filing campaign contribution disclosure reports.
"ELECTIONS Ethics in Government: Campaign Contribution and Disclosure Provisions,"
Georgia State University Law Review:
1, Article 16.
Available at: http://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/gsulr/vol7/iss1/16