March 29, 2019 •
South Dakota Governor Signs Campaign Finance Bills
Gov. Kristi Noem recently signed several campaign finance bills into law.
House Bill 1189 provides any person who is subject to a Class 2 misdemeanor for campaign finance violations up to seven days to cure the violations prior to having a charge brought against him or her.
House Bill 1092 clarifies reporting requirements for candidates.
House Bill 1143 states all political action committees established, financed, maintained, or controlled by the same person or entity are affiliated and share a single contribution limit both with respect to contributions made and contributions received.
Senate Bill 114 requires any contribution from a person who is an unemancipated minor to be deducted from the total contribution permitted by the unemancipated minor’s custodial parent or parents.
The bills become effective July 1.
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