Nevada Elections

Sec. § 294A.125
Candidate who receives contributions in excess of $10,000 before year of election required to report contributions received, expenditures made and account balances in reporting periods; procedure for reporting; contents of reports.


1.

In addition to complying with the requirements set forth in NRS 294A.120 and 294A.200, a candidate who receives contributions in any year before the year in which the general election in which the candidate intends to seek election to public office is held shall, for:

(a)

The year in which the candidate receives contributions in excess of $10,000, list:

(1)

Each of the contributions received and the expenditures in excess of $100 made in that year;

(2)

The total of all contributions received and expenditures which are $100 or less; and

(3)

The balance in the account maintained by the candidate pursuant to NRS 294A.130 on the ending date of the reporting period.

(b)

Each year after the year in which the candidate received contributions in excess of $10,000, until the year of the general election in which the candidate intends to seek election to public office is held, list:

(1)

Each of the contributions received and the expenditures in excess of $100 made in that year;

(2)

The total of all contributions received and expenditures which are $100 or less; and

(3)

The balance in the account maintained by the candidate pursuant to NRS 294A.130 on the ending date of the reporting period.

2.

The name and address of the contributor and the date on which the contribution was received must be included on the list for each contribution in excess of $100 and contributions that a contributor has made cumulatively in excess of that amount.

3.

Except as otherwise provided in NRS 294A.3733, the report must be filed electronically with the Secretary of State.

4.

A report shall be deemed to be filed on the date it was received by the Secretary of State.
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