11.0204(6) (6)Reports; candidates holding office but not up for election at general election. A candidate committee of a candidate holding an office voted for at the general election but not up for election in the current election cycle shall do all of the following:
11.0204(6)(a) (a) In an odd-numbered year, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July.
11.0204(6)(b) (b) In an even-numbered year, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July, and on the 4th Tuesday in September.
11.0204(7) (7)Reports of late contributions. If any contribution or contributions of $1,000 or more cumulatively are received by a candidate committee for a candidate for state office from a single contributor later than 15 days prior to a primary or election and the contribution or contributions are not included in the preprimary or preelection report required of the committee under this chapter, the treasurer of the committee or the individual receiving the contribution shall, within 72 hours of receipt, provide the appropriate filing officer with the information required to be reported for contributions received by the committee under this subchapter in such manner as the commission may prescribe. The information shall also be included in the committee's next regular report.
11.0204 History History: 2015 a. 117 ss. 24, 74 (1m).
11.0205 11.0205 Transfers between candidates for governor and lieutenant governor. The candidate committee for governor and the candidate committee for lieutenant governor of the same political party may receive contributions and make disbursements for both candidates from either candidate committee's depository account.
11.0205 History History: 2015 a. 117.
11.0206 11.0206 Soliciting funds on behalf of certain organizations. Notwithstanding s. 19.45 (2), a candidate may solicit a donation for use by a nonprofit organization with which he or she is associated, as defined in s. 19.42 (2).
11.0206 History History: 2015 a. 117.
11.0207 11.0207 Continuing compliance. An individual does not cease to be a candidate for purposes of compliance with this chapter or ch. 12 after the date of an election and no candidate or candidate committee is released from any requirement or liability otherwise imposed under this chapter or ch. 12 simply because the election date has passed.
11.0207 History History: 2015 a. 117.
subch. III of ch. 11 SUBCHAPTER III
POLITICAL PARTIES
11.0301 11.0301 Registration; treasurer and depositories.
11.0301(1)(1)Each political party required to register under this chapter shall designate a treasurer to comply with the registration and reporting requirements under this subchapter.
11.0301(2) (2)The treasurer shall ensure that all funds received are deposited in the political party depository account.
11.0301(3) (3)No disbursement may be made or obligation incurred by or on behalf of the political party without the authorization of the treasurer or a designated agent.
11.0301(4) (4)The treasurer shall maintain the records of the political party in an organized and legible manner for not less than 3 years after the date of the election in which the political party participates.
11.0301 History History: 2015 a. 117.
11.0302 11.0302 Registration; timing. Every political party that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose a candidate in a calendar year shall, upon its inception and prior to making or accepting any such contribution, making any such disbursement, or incurring any such obligation file a registration statement giving the information required by s. 11.0303.
11.0302 History History: 2015 a. 117.
11.0303 11.0303 Registration; required information.
11.0303(1)(1)Required information. The political party shall indicate on the registration statement that it is registering as a political party and shall include all of the following on the registration statement:
11.0303(1)(a) (a) The name and mailing address of the political party.
11.0303(1)(b) (b) The name and mailing address of the treasurer and any other custodian of books and accounts. Unless otherwise directed by the treasurer on the registration form and except as otherwise provided in this chapter or any rule of the commission, all mailings that are required by law or by rule of the commission shall be sent to the treasurer at the treasurer's address indicated upon the form.
11.0303(1)(c) (c) The name and address of the depository account of the political party and of any other institution where funds of the political party are kept.
11.0303(2) (2)Certification. The individual responsible for filing or amending a political party's registration statement and any form or report required of the political party under this chapter shall certify that all information contained in the statement, form, or report is true, correct, and complete.
11.0303(3) (3)Change of information.
11.0303(3)(a) (a) The political party shall report any change in information previously submitted in a registration statement within 10 days following the change. Except as provided in par. (b), any such change may be reported only by the individual or by the officer who has succeeded to the position of an individual who signed the original statement.
11.0303(3)(b) (b) The administrator or treasurer of a political party may report a change in the political party's registration statement.
11.0303 History History: 2015 a. 117 ss. 24, 74 (1m).
11.0304 11.0304 Reporting.
11.0304(1)(1)Contributions and disbursements.
11.0304(1)(a)(a) Each political party shall make full reports, upon a form prescribed by the commission and certified as required under s. 11.0103 (3) (c), of all contributions, disbursements, and obligations received, made, and incurred by the political party. The political party shall include in each report the following information, covering the period since the last date covered on the previous report:
11.0304(1)(a)1. 1. An itemized statement giving the date, full name, and street address of each person who has made a contribution to the political party, together with the amount of the contribution.
11.0304(1)(a)2. 2. An itemized statement giving the date, full name, and street address of each committee to which the political party has made a contribution, together with the amount of the contribution.
11.0304(1)(a)3. 3. The occupation, if any, of each individual contributor whose cumulative contributions to the political party for the calendar year are in excess of $200.
11.0304(1)(a)4. 4. An itemized statement of each contribution made anonymously to the political party. If the contribution exceeds $10, the political party committee shall specify whether the committee donated the contribution to the common school fund or to a charitable organization, and shall include the full name and mailing address of the donee.
11.0304(1)(a)5. 5. A statement of totals during the reporting period of contributions received and contributions donated as provided in subd. 4.
11.0304(1)(a)6. 6. A statement of the cash balance on hand at the beginning and end of the reporting period.
11.0304(1)(a)7. 7. An itemized statement of each loan of money made to the political party in an aggregate amount or value in excess of $20, together with all of the following:
11.0304(1)(a)7.a. a. The full name and mailing address of the lender.
11.0304(1)(a)7.b. b. A statement of whether the lender is a commercial lending institution.
11.0304(1)(a)7.c. c. The date and amount of the loan.
11.0304(1)(a)7.d. d. The full name and mailing address of each guarantor, if any.
11.0304(1)(a)7.e. e. The original amount guaranteed by each guarantor.
11.0304(1)(a)7.f. f. The balance of the amount guaranteed by each guarantor at the end of the reporting period.
11.0304(1)(a)8. 8. An itemized statement of every disbursement exceeding $20 in amount or value, together with the name and address of the person to whom the disbursement was made, and the date and specific purpose for which the disbursement was made.
11.0304(1)(a)9. 9. An itemized statement of every obligation exceeding $20 in amount or value, together with the name of the person or business with whom the obligation was incurred, and the date and the specific purpose for which each such obligation was incurred.
11.0304(1)(a)10. 10. A statement of totals during the reporting period of disbursements made, including transfers made to and received from other committees, other income, and loans.
11.0304(1)(a)11. 11. A statement of the balance of obligations incurred as of the end of the reporting period.
11.0304(1)(b) (b) The political party shall begin each report filed under this chapter with the first contribution received, disbursement made, or obligation incurred during the reporting period.
11.0304(2) (2)Reports to support or oppose candidates at spring primary. A political party that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose one or more candidates for office at a spring primary or a candidate at a special primary held to nominate nonpartisan candidates to be voted for at a special election held to fill a vacancy in one or more of the nonpartisan state or local offices voted for at the spring election, or to support or oppose committees engaging in such activities, shall do all the following:
11.0304(2)(a) (a) File a preprimary report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the primary. If a candidate for a nonpartisan state office at an election is not required to participate in a spring primary, the political party shall file a preprimary report at the time prescribed in s. 11.0103 (4) preceding the date specified for the holding of the primary, were it to be required.
11.0304(2)(b) (b) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the election.
11.0304(2)(c) (c) Annually in each year of an election cycle, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July.
11.0304(3) (3)Reports to support or oppose candidates at spring election. A political party that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose one or more candidates for office at a spring election or a candidate at a special election held to fill a vacancy in one or more of the nonpartisan state or local offices voted for at the spring election, or to support or oppose committees engaging in such activities, shall do all the following:
11.0304(3)(a) (a) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the election.
11.0304(3)(b) (b) Annually in each year of an election cycle, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July.
11.0304(3)(c) (c) Unless a continuing report is required to be filed under this subsection on or before the 45th day after the special election, file a postelection report no earlier than 23 days and no later than 45 days after each special election.
11.0304(4) (4)Reports to support or oppose candidates at partisan primary. A political party that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose one or more candidates for office at a partisan primary or a candidate at a special primary held to nominate candidates to be voted for at a special election held to fill a vacancy in one or more of the state or local offices voted for at the general election, or to support or oppose committees engaging in such activities, shall do all the following:
11.0304(4)(a) (a) File a preprimary report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the primary.
11.0304(4)(b) (b) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the election.
11.0304(4)(c) (c) In an odd-numbered year, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July.
11.0304(4)(d) (d) In an even-numbered year, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July, and on the 4th Tuesday in September.
11.0304(5) (5)Reports to support or oppose candidates at general election. A political party that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose one or more candidates for office at a general election or a candidate at a special election held to fill a vacancy in one or more of the state or local offices voted for at the general election, or to support or oppose committees engaging in such activities shall do all of the following:
11.0304(5)(a) (a) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the election.
11.0304(5)(b) (b) In an odd-numbered year, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July.
11.0304(5)(c) (c) In an even-numbered year, file a report on the 15th day of the month in the months of January and July, and on the 4th Tuesday in September.
11.0304(5)(d) (d) Unless a continuing report is required to be filed under this subsection on or before the 45th day after the special election, file a postelection report no earlier than 23 days and no later than 45 days after each special election.
11.0304(6) (6)Reports by political party committees. Every committee of a political party that is required to file statements and reports under this subchapter shall file all statements and reports with the commission. A congressional, legislative, county, or local party committee may designate a state committee of a political party as its reporting agent for purposes of this subchapter, but such designation does not permit combining reports. The state committee treasurer shall inform the commission of a designation made under this subsection.
11.0304(7) (7)Reports of late contributions. If any contribution or contributions of $1,000 or more cumulatively are received by a political party from a single contributor later than 15 days prior to a primary or election and the contribution or contributions are not included in the preprimary or preelection report required of the political party under this chapter, the treasurer of the political party shall, within 72 hours of receipt, provide the appropriate filing officer with the information required to be reported for contributions received by the political party under this subchapter in such manner as the commission may prescribe. The information shall also be included in the political party's next regular report.
11.0304 History History: 2015 a. 117 ss. 24, 74 (1m).
subch. IV of ch. 11 SUBCHAPTER IV
LEGISLATIVE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEES
11.0401 11.0401 Registration; treasurer and depositories.
11.0401(1)(1)Each legislative campaign committee required to register under this chapter shall designate a treasurer to comply with the registration and reporting requirements under this subchapter.
11.0401(2) (2)The treasurer shall ensure that all funds received are deposited in the legislative campaign committee depository account.
11.0401(3) (3)No disbursement may be made or obligation incurred by or on behalf of a legislative campaign committee without the authorization of the treasurer or a designated agent.
11.0401(4) (4)The treasurer shall maintain the records of the legislative campaign committee in an organized and legible manner for not less than 3 years after the date of the election in which the legislative campaign committee participates.
11.0401 History History: 2015 a. 117.
11.0402 11.0402 Registration; timing. Every legislative campaign committee that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose a candidate in a calendar year shall, upon its inception and prior to making or accepting any such contribution, making any such disbursement, or incurring any such obligation, file a registration statement giving the information required by s. 11.0403.
11.0402 History History: 2015 a. 117.
11.0403 11.0403 Registration; required information.
11.0403(1)(1)Required information. The legislative campaign committee shall indicate on the registration statement that it is registering as a legislative campaign committee and shall include all of the following on the registration statement:
11.0403(1)(a) (a) The name and mailing address of the legislative campaign committee.
11.0403(1)(b) (b) The name and mailing address of the treasurer and any other custodian of books and accounts. Unless otherwise directed by the treasurer on the registration form and except as otherwise provided in this chapter or any rule of the commission, all mailings that are required by law or by rule of the commission shall be sent to the treasurer at the treasurer's address indicated upon the form.
11.0403(1)(c) (c) The name and address of the depository account of the legislative campaign committee and of any other institution where funds of the legislative campaign committee are kept.
11.0403(1)(d) (d) A statement signed by the leader of the party in the house for which the legislative campaign committee is established attesting to the fact that the legislative campaign committee is the only authorized legislative campaign committee for that party in that house.
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2017-18 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2019 Wis. Act 20 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on November 11, 2019. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after November 11, 2019, are designated by NOTES. (Published 11-11-19)