Proposed Rules

Proposed Rules
Proposed Rule Text and Summary Fiscal Note Missouri Register
15 CSR 30-14.010

SUMMARY OF TEXT

This rule sets the amount of contributions by a person to a candidate for governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, state auditor, attorney general, office of state senator, office of state representative or any other state of judicial office at $2,650. By any person to a political party for any state, county, municipal, district, ward or township level election at $25,550. And by any committee to a political party for any state, county, municipal, district, ward or township level election at $25,550.

TEXT OF PROPOSED RULE 

15 CSR 30-14.010 Campaign Contribution Limits 

 (1) Notwithstanding Article III, Section 2(c), the campaign contribution limits set forth in Article VIII, Section 23.3, as adjusted pursuant to Article VIII, Section 23.3(18) are as follows:

(A) By any person, other than the candidate, to a candidate running for governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, state auditor, attorney general, office of state senator, office of state representative or any other state of judicial office under Article VIII, Section 23.3(1), two thousand six hundred fifty dollars ($2,650).

(B) By any person to a political party for any state, county, municipal, district, ward or township level election under Article VIII, Section 23.3(2)(a), twenty-five thousand five hundred fifty dollars ($25,550).

(C) By any committee to a political party for any state, county, municipal, district, ward or township level election under Article VIII, Section 23.3(2)(b), twenty-five thousand five hundred fifty dollars ($25,550).   

 (2) That the secretary of state shall calculate adjustments to campaign contribution limits every four years using the past four (4) years Consumer Price Index (CPI) issued by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics for Kansas City and St. Louis.

(3) That these limits shall remain in effect until the secretary of state recalculates the campaign contribution limits in four years and publishes them an amended rule.

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May 1, 2019 Volume 44, Number 9