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68A.501 Funds from unknown source — escheat.
The expenditure of funds from an unknown or unidentifiable source received by a candidate or committee is prohibited. Such funds received by a candidate or committee shall escheat to the state. Any candidate or committee receiving such contributions shall remit such contributions to the board which shall forward it to the treasurer of state for deposit in the general fund of the state. Persons requested to make a contribution at a fundraising event shall be advised that it is illegal to make a contribution in excess of twenty-five dollars unless the person making the contribution also provides the person’s name and address.
[C77, 79, 81, §56.27]
C91, §56.3A
2003 Acts, ch 40, §9; 2003 Acts, ch 145, §286 CS2003, §68A.501
2007 Acts, ch 14, §8; 2015 Acts, ch 54, §12

68A.502 Contribution sources — identification — illegal contributions or expenditures — loans.
1. A person making a contribution in excess of twenty-five dollars shall provide the person’s name and address to the candidate or committee receiving the contribution.
2. A person shall not make a contribution or expenditure in the name of another person, and a person shall not knowingly accept a contribution or expenditure made by one person in the name of another.
3. For the purpose of this section, an illegal contribution or expenditure is any of the following:
a. A contribution or expenditure made by one person which is ultimately reimbursed by another person who has not been identified as the ultimate source or recipient of the funds.
b. A contribution or expenditure made using a fictitious name. A name is fictitious in the case of an individual if the name does not include the individual’s legal surname at the time of the contribution or expenditure.
c. A contribution or expenditure made by a person who borrowed the money from another person if the original source of said money is not disclosed.
4. Any candidate or committee receiving funds, the original source of which was a loan, shall be required to list the lender as a contributor. No candidate or committee shall knowingly receive funds from a contributor who has borrowed the money without listing the original source of said money.
[C75, 77, 79, 81, §56.12]
95 Acts, ch 198, §11; 2003 Acts, ch 40, §9
CS2003, §68A.502
2018 Acts, ch 1059, §5

 

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