California Fair Elections Act Of 2008; Article 6. Disclosure Requirements
(a) If a nonparticipating candidate's total expenditures or promises to make campaign expenditures exceed the amount of Fair Elections funding allocated to the candidate's Fair Elections opponent or opponents, the candidate shall declare every excess expenditure amount which, in the aggregate, is more than five thousand dollars ($5,000) to the commission online or electronically within 24 hours of the time the expenditure or promise is made, whichever occurs first.
(b) The commission may make its own determination as to whether excess expenditures have been made by nonparticipating candidates.
(c) Upon receiving an excess expenditure declaration or determining that an excess expenditure has been made, the commission shall immediately release additional Fair Elections funding to the opposing performance-qualified candidates pursuant to Section 91095.
(Added by Stats. 2008, Ch. 735, Sec. 4.)