Chapter 11 - Absentee Voting

3.0101 Scope.

The rules set out in this chapter govern proc…

3.0102 Construction of rules.

(a) The rules shall be liberally construed to…

3.0103 Definitions.

As used in these rules and in proceedings bro…

3.0104 The commission.

(a) Office. The offices of the commission are…

3.0105 Public Information

(a) The term “public record” means any writte…

3.0106 Proceedings before the commission.

(a) Filing of Legal Documents.(1) Place or Fi…

3.0110 Scope.

This rule covers the Code of Fair Campaign Pr…

3.0111 Endorsement by candidates.

(a) Copies of the code will be available from…

3.0112 Violations of the code.

Any candidate, committee, or party on behalf…

3.0120 Policy.

The commission will issue advisory opinions.H…

3.0121 Definitions.

“Advisory opinions” are opinions on subjects…

3.0122 Request for advisory opinion.

(a) Who May Request. The commission will not…

3.0123Disposition of request.

(a) Any request which does not conform to the…

3.0124 Hearing.

(a) Generally, an advisory opinion will be re…

3.0125 Adoption and issuance of opinion.

(a)Except as provided in Section 3.0126, all…

3.0126 Effect of advisory opinion.

(a) A later formal opinion overrules earlier…

3.0130 Scope.

The rule covers the general procedure for fil…

3.0131 Organizational reports.

(a) Who Must File. Each candidate, authorized…

3.0132 Changes in information.

(a) Any change in information previously subm…

3.0133 Discontinuance of registration.

Any candidate who ceases to be a candidate af…

3.0134 Identification number.

Upon receipt of an organizational report, the…

3.0135 Specific standards.

(a) An organization or association establishe…

3.0140 Scope.

This rule covers the general procedure relati…

3.0141 Preliminary reports.

(a) Who Must File. Each candidate who expends…

3.0142 Specific standards.

(a) It is the responsibility of each candidat…

3.0143 Final reports.

(a) Who Must File. Any person who has filed a…

3.0144 Supplemental reports.

(a) Unless the commission is requested to ter…

3.0150 Scope.

This rule covers the general procedure relati…

3.0151 Complaints initiated by a member of the public or the commission.

(a) Any person who believes a violation of th…

3.0152 Amendment of complaint.

Any complainant may amend the complaint at th…

3.0153 Withdrawal of complaint.

The complainant may withdraw the complainant…

3.0154 Investigation.

(a) The commission may order the staff invest…

3.0155 Probable cause hearings.

(a) Time; Place; Date. The hearing shall be h…

3.0156 Reporting probable cause findings.

(a) If, at the conclusion of proceedings, the…

3.0157 Defective or deficient reports.

(a) Any person who has filed a defective or d…

3.0160 Scope.

This rule governs the general procedure for f…

3.0161 Disposition report.

(a) Who Must File. Any candidate who ceases t…

3.0162 Specific standards.

(a) Persons other than elected officials or c…

3.0170 Scope.

This rule governs the procedure to be used to…

3.0171 Commission initiation.

When upon its own motion the commission propo…

3.0172 Conduct of hearing on rules.

(a) Public Hearing. A public hearing shall be…

3.0173 Commission action.

At the close of the final public hearing, the…

3.0174 Emergency rulemaking.

The commission may adopt emergency rules as p…

3.0175 Petitions for adoption, amendment, or repeal of rules.

(a) Who May File. Any interested person or or…

3.0201 Scope.

This chapter provides the procedures for regi…

3.0202 Definitions.

In this chapter, the following terms have the…

3.0210 Registration in Person.

(a) Individuals who are physically present in…

3.0220 Registration in absentia.

(a) Uniformed services voters and overseas vo…

3.0230 Re-registration.

(a) Any previously qualified voter whose name…

3.0240 Deadline.

All applications to register or re-register m…

3.0310 Filing Fees.

Candidates for the offices of Governor and Li…

3.1102 Counting of absentee ballots.

Absentee ballots secured in the absentee ball…