May 5, 2017 •
North Dakota Campaign Finance Law Signed into Law
Senate Bill 2343 was signed into law in April to enhance campaign finance reporting requirements and restrict candidates from using campaign funds for personal expenses.
The new law makes changes to the disclosure requirements for PACs and multicandidate political committees, requiring them to file pre-election, supplemental, and annual reports.
Senate Bill 2343 also makes amendments to statements required by measure committees circulating or promoting passage or defeat of initiated or referred measures.
The law becomes effective February 1, 2018, for campaign years beginning after December 31, 2017.
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