2019-B-07 Campaign Finance Reform Bill
Sponsor: Anne Parker Yes ____ No ____ Senators Present ____
Co-Sponsors: Meriwether Schroeer-Smith First Reading ______________________
Lauren O’Neill Second Reading ____________________
Vote Necessary: A majority ASMSU Senate Speaker
Sections: [7-7] __________________________________
Intent: To further increase
accessibility to ASMSU elections. Effective Date _____________________
A. Campaigning shall be defined as the use of any written or verbal presentation in the name of any
candidate or ballot measure.
B. All candidates and sponsors of ballot measures shall not break any university, local, state, or federal
laws, ordinances, rules or regulations while campaigning.
C. No candidates for Executive Team shall spend more than $400 on campaign related expenses as a
complete ticket; no candidate for Senate shall spend more than $100 on campaign related expenses.
1. Candidates for Executive Team will be eligible to receive reimbursement from ASMSU, not to exceed $200; Candidates for Senate will be eligible to receive reimbursement from ASMSU, not to exceed $50.
D. ASMSU funds, time, equipment, or supplies shall not be used in campaigning for or against any
candidate or ballot measure, except where expressly defined in the ASMSU Bylaws.
1. A statement of personal opinion shall not be construed as a use of ASMSU time (while promoting for a candidate or ballot measure.
E. Rules will be enforced as defined in the Elections Policies and Procedures Manual.