NJ ELEC Enables Some Electronic Filing for Lobbyists - State and Federal Communications

December 20, 2011  •  

NJ ELEC Enables Some Electronic Filing for Lobbyists

ELECThe New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC) announced lobbyists and their clients can now file annual reports via the internet.

In a press release, ELEC Executive Director Jeff Brindle stated the electronic filing will not be mandatory, but hopes to begin mandatory electronic filing next year.

Additionally, Director Brindle reported, “As soon as possible, however, we do hope to allow lobbyists to electronically file their other reports.’’ ELEC eventually hopes to enable electronic filing of quarterly lobbyist activity reports, notices of representation, and notices of termination.

The annual activity reports for 2011 are due February 15, 2012.


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