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Soliciting or Receiving Assessments, Subscriptions, or Contributions for Political Purposes

Soliciting or Receiving Assessments, Subscriptions, or Contributions for Political Purposes

hearings before the United States House Committee on Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress, Sixty-Third Congress, second session, on Mar. 3, 10, 17, 31, 1914

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Elections -- Law and legislation

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    Considers (63) H. Res. 256

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination39 p
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15272597M

    Early life. Doremus was born in Venango County, Pennsylvania on Aug , the son of Sylvester and Sarah Peake Doremus. The Doremus family moved to Ovid, Michigan in , and then to Portland, Michigan in Frank Doremus attended the public schools of Portland, Michigan and graduated from Detroit College of Law.. In , Doremus began work at the Portland Observer, then moved on.   The act prohibits: running for office in partisan elections, sending or forwarding a partisan political email while on duty or in a federal workplace, engaging in political activity while wearing.

    (b) No employee in the Classified Service and no member of the Commission shall, directly or indirectly, pay or promise to pay any assessment, subscription, or contribution for any political party, faction, or candidate, or solicit or take any part in soliciting any such assessment, subscription or contribution of any employee in the Classified. — (1) “Charitable contribution” means a contribution made on a representation that it will be used for a charitable purpose. (2) “Charitable contribution” includes the payment, transfer, or enforceable pledge of financial help, including money, credit, property, or services. (3) "Charitable contribution.

      1. directly or indirectly, soliciting or receiving funds for political purposes; or 2. using his/her official authority or influence to compel a classified employee to: a. apply for membership in or become a member of any political organization, or b. pay or promise to pay any assessment, subscription or contribution to any political. They receive contributions and make expenditures in an amount exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,) in any calendar year for the purpose of supporting or opposing one (1) or more Candidates and/or Measures. Any entity registered with the federal election commission shall not be considered a political committee for the purposes of this chapter.


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Soliciting or Receiving Assessments, Subscriptions, or Contributions for Political Purposes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Whoever solicits or receives or is in any manner concerned in soliciting or receiving any assessment, subscription, or contribution for any political purpose from any person known by him to be entitled to, or receiving compensation, employment, or other benefit provided for or made possible by any Act of Congress appropriating funds for work relief or relief purposes, shall be fined under this.

Section Solicitation or receipt of political campaign contributions by appointive public officers or employees prohibited; exception; penalties Section No person employed for compensation, other than an elected officer, by the commonwealth or any county, city or town shall directly or indirectly solicit or receive any gift, payment, contribution, assessment, subscription or promise of.

"[6] No employee in the classified service, and no member of the Personnel Board shall, directly or indirectly, solicit, receive, or in any manner be concerned in soliciting or receiving any assessment, subscription or contribution for any political organization, candidacy or other political purpose; and no state officer or state employee in.

The law provides, under heavy penalties, first, that no office holder shall in any way solicit or receive assessments or contributions for political purposes from.

Upon advice from the Commission that because of their official relations, neither Senator Quay nor Mr. Andrews could properly serve upon a committee concerned in soliciting and receiving political contributions from Federal officials, or permit their names to be held forth in letters making such solicitation, the circular letter, so far as.

Prohibition against partisan political Subscriptions. (A) No officer or employee in the classified service of the state, the several counties, cities, and city school districts of the state, or the civil service townships of the state shall directly or indirectly, orally or by letter, solicit or receive, or be Subscriptions any manner concerned in soliciting or receiving, any assessment, subscription.

to solicit or receive a contribution for political purposes from any person knowing that that person is entitled to or is receiving compensation, employment, or other benefits provided for or made possible by an Act of Congress appropriating funds for work relief or relief purposes, or to supply, for political purposes, the names of people.

Tshibaka also informed employees that if they receive a partisan political email message soliciting a response, they may reply that Alaska Statutes prohibit them from the use of State of Alaska resources for partisan political purposes and ask the sender to discontinue further messages concerning campaign activities.

(3) No employee in the classified service shall, directly or indirectly, pay, or promise to pay, any assessment, subscription, or contribution for any political organization or purpose, or solicit or take part in soliciting any such assessment, subscription, or contribution.

No person shall solicit any such assessment, subscription, or. "SOLICITATION." Any direct or indirect request for a contribution on the representation that such contribution will be used in whole or in part for a charitable purpose, including, but not limited to, any of the following: (1) Any oral request that is made in person, by telephone, radio or television or other advertising or communication media.

It shall be unlawful for any person to solicit or receive or be in any manner concerned in soliciting or receiving any assessment, subscription, or contribution for any political purpose whatever from any person known by him to be entitled to or receiving compensation, employment, or other benefit provided for or made possible by any Act of.

No employee shall, during hours of employment, solicit or receive funds for political purposes or use official authority or influence to compel an employee to apply for membership in or become a member of any political organization, to pay or promise to pay any assessment, subscription, or contribution or to take part in any political activity.

Many states have laws regulating the solicitation of funds for charitable purposes. These statutes generally require organizations to register with a state agency before soliciting the state's residents for contributions, providing exemptions from registration for certain categories of organizations.

In addition, organizations may be required to file periodic financial reports. soliciting, collecting or receiving, any assessment, subscription or contribution, whether voluntary or involuntary, intended for any political purpose whatever.” D. Subsection (4) of the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter provides that a City employee may not engage in certain types of political activity.

Soliciting, receiving, determines that it would be used for the purpose of soliciting the relocation of a professional sports franchise located in this any assessment, subscription, or contribution for any political by letter, or be in any manner concerned in soliciting, any such assessment.

The solicitation letter used for this specific purpose needs to identify the people or the charity that will benefit from the help given by the person or a business.

Participants of different contests and activities may also create a solicitation letter for different bodies and organizations to help them acquire the needs that they are required. Find what you need to know about the federal campaign finance process.

Explore legal resources, campaign finance data, help for candidates and committees, and more. political party or club shall, from any civil service employee, directly or indirectly demand, solicit, collect or receive, or be in any manner concerned in demanding, soliciting, collecting or receiving, any assessment, subscription or contribution, whether voluntary or involuntary, intended for any political purpose whatever.”.

(3) No employee in the classified service shall, directly or indirectly, pay or promise to pay any assessment, subscription, or contribution for any political organization or purpose, or solicit or take part in soliciting any such assessment, subscription, or contribution.

No person shall solicit any such assessment, subscription or. The general treasury funds of a corporation, labor union, or domestic dependent sovereign may be used to make contributions to a political committee which is organized exclusively for the purpose of making independent expenditures that are not in any way directly or indirectly "coordinated" with a candidate, candidate committee, political party.

1. A representative in Congress who receives or is concerned in receiving money from officers and employees of the United States for the political purpose of promoting his nomination at a party primary, as a candidate for reelection, is guilty of the offense defined by § of the federal Corrupt Practices Act.

U.S.C. Ti § P.The prohibition against soliciting or receiving assessments, subscriptions, or contributions for political purposes from persons on Federal relief or work relief (18 U.S.C.

). The prohibition against disclosing and receiving lists or names of persons on relief for political purposes (18 U.S.C. ).(1) Provide citizens of the state of Washington with information relating to any entity that solicits funds from the public for public charitable purposes in order to prevent (a) deceptive and dishonest practices in the conduct of soliciting funds for or in the name of charity; and (b) improper use of contributions intended for charitable purposes.