March 14, 2019 •
Ohio Senator Introduces Bill to Allow Electronic Filing of Campaign Finance Reports
State Sen. Michael Rulli introduced legislation to promote greater transparency in local elections by allowing local candidates to file campaign finance reports electronically.
Senate Bill 107 would remove the paper-only filing requirements for individuals who file with local boards of elections.
The bill would also require the secretary of state to make the information in those electronic statements available online.
If passed, the bill would take effect on the first day of January that occurs at least 180 days after the act is filed with the secretary of state.
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