September 14, 2017 •
Denver City Council Amends Campaign Finance Ordinance
Denver City Council unanimously approved a proposal to close a loophole allowing campaign spending to go unreported if not coordinated directly with a candidate’s campaign.
Individuals, companies, and other organizations making $1,000 in independent expenditures, including electioneering communications, will be required to disclose all expenses and donors exceeding $25 within two days after reaching the $1,000 expenditure threshold.
The approved legislation also amends various campaign finance definitions, changes reporting periods for political committees, and imposes fines for late reports.
All bill provisions are effective Friday, September 15, unless otherwise provided in the legislative text.
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