NH Election Law Committee Can’t Agree on Political Advocacy Definition

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire House will be deciding whether to broaden the state’s definition of political advocacy organization without the guidance of its election law committee.

The Senate passed a bill in February that would require organizations to register with the secretary of state’s office and file financial reports if they spend $5,000 or more per year on communication that refers to a candidate within 60 days of an election. Current law requires registration only when such communication amounts to expressly advocating for or against a candidate. | More at US News

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