11.0904(1)(a)7. 7. An itemized statement of each loan of money made to the recall committee in an aggregate amount or value in excess of $20, together with all of the following:
11.0904(1)(a)7.a. a. The full name and mailing address of the lender.
11.0904(1)(a)7.b. b. A statement of whether the lender is a commercial lending institution.
11.0904(1)(a)7.c. c. The date and amount of the loan.
11.0904(1)(a)7.d. d. The full name and mailing address of each guarantor, if any.
11.0904(1)(a)7.e. e. The original amount guaranteed by each guarantor.
11.0904(1)(a)7.f. f. The balance of the amount guaranteed by each guarantor at the end of the reporting period.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(1)(a)11. 11. A statement of the balance of obligations incurred as of the end of the reporting period.
11.0904(1)(b) (b) The recall committee shall begin each report filed under this chapter with the first contribution received, disbursement made, or obligation incurred during the reporting period.
11.0904(2) (2)Reports to support or oppose the recall of nonpartisan state or local office holder elected at spring election; primary. A recall committee that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose the recall of a nonpartisan state or local office holder, or to support or oppose other committees engaging in such activities, shall do all the following:
11.0904(2)(a) (a) File a preprimary report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the recall primary.
11.0904(2)(b) (b) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the recall election.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(3) (3)Reports to support or oppose the recall of a nonpartisan state or local office holder elected at spring election; election. A recall committee that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose the recall of a nonpartisan state or local office holder, or to support or oppose other committees engaging in such activities, shall do all the following:
11.0904(3)(a) (a) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the recall election.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(4) (4)Reports to support or oppose the recall of partisan state or local office holder; primary. A recall committee that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose the recall of a partisan state or local office holder, or to support or oppose other committees engaging in such activities, shall do all the following:
11.0904(4)(a) (a) File a preprimary report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the recall primary.
11.0904(4)(b) (b) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the recall election.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(5) (5)Reports to support or oppose the recall of partisan state or local office holder; general election. A recall committee that makes or accepts contributions, makes disbursements, or incurs obligations to support or oppose the recall of a partisan state or local office holder, or to support or oppose other committees engaging in such activities, shall do all of the following:
11.0904(5)(a) (a) File a preelection report no earlier than 14 days and no later than 8 days preceding the recall election.
11.0904(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.
11.0904(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.
11.0904 History History: 2015 a. 117 ss. 24, 74 (1m).
subch. X of ch. 11 SUBCHAPTER X
OTHER PERSONS
11.1001 11.1001 Reporting; specific express advocacy.
11.1001(1)(1)Disbursements.
11.1001(1)(a)(a) Any person, other than a committee, spending $2,500 or more in the aggregate on express advocacy shall submit statements to the commission under par. (b) if the express advocacy is made during the period beginning on the day that is 60 days prior to the day of the primary or election involving the candidate identified under par. (b) 5. and ending on the day of the primary or election involving that candidate.
11.1001(1)(b) (b) A person required to report under this section shall submit statements to the commission providing all of the following information:
11.1001(1)(b)1. 1. The dates on which the person made the disbursements.
11.1001(1)(b)2. 2. The name and address of the persons who received the disbursements.
11.1001(1)(b)3. 3. The purpose for making the disbursements.
11.1001(1)(b)4. 4. The amount spent for each act of express advocacy.
11.1001(1)(b)5. 5. The name of any candidate identified in the express advocacy, the office that the candidate seeks, and whether the express advocacy supports or opposes that candidate.
11.1001(1)(b)6. 6. An affirmation, made under oath, that the person will comply with the prohibition on coordination under s. 11.1203 with respect to any candidate or agent or candidate committee who is supported or opposed by the express advocacy.
11.1001(1)(b)7. 7. The name and mailing and street address of the person's designated agent in this state.
11.1001(2) (2)Exception.
11.1001(2)(a) (a) A person who is required to report under this section is not required to submit the information described under sub. (1) (b) regarding disbursements made before reaching the $2,500 threshold under sub. (1) (a). For purposes of this section, a disbursement for express advocacy is the amount spent directly on developing, producing, and disseminating the express advocacy.
11.1001(2)(b) (b) This section does not apply to any of the following:
11.1001(2)(b)1. 1. A communication, other than an advertisement, appearing in a news story, commentary, or editorial distributed through the facilities of any news organization, unless the facilities are controlled by any committee or candidate.
11.1001(2)(b)2. 2. A communication made exclusively between an organization and its members. In this subdivision, a member of an organization means a shareholder, employee, or officer of the organization, or an individual who has affirmatively manifested an interest in joining, supporting, or aiding the organization.
11.1001(3) (3)Timing. A person who is required to report under this section shall submit the report to the commission no later than 72 hours after making the disbursements.
11.1001 History History: 2015 a. 117 ss. 24, 74 (1m).
subch. XI of ch. 11 SUBCHAPTER XI
CONTRIBUTIONS
11.1101 11.1101 Contribution limits.
11.1101(1)(1)Individual limits. An individual may contribute to a candidate committee no more than the following amounts specified for the candidate whose nomination or election the individual supports [See Figure 11.1101 following]:
11.1101(1)(a) (a) Candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, attorney general, state superintendent, or justice, $20,000.
11.1101(1)(b) (b) Candidates for state senator, $2,000.
11.1101(1)(c) (c) Candidates for representative to the assembly, $1,000.
11.1101(1)(d) (d) Candidates for court of appeals judge in districts which contain a county having a population of more than 750,000, $6,000.
11.1101(1)(e) (e) Candidates for court of appeals judge in other districts, $5,000.
11.1101(1)(f) (f) Candidates for circuit judge in circuits having a population of more than 300,000, or candidates for district attorney in prosecutorial units having a population of more than 300,000, $6,000.
11.1101(1)(g) (g) Candidates for circuit judge in other circuits or candidates for district attorney in other prosecutorial units, $2,000.
11.1101(1)(h) (h) Candidates for local offices, an amount equal to the greater of the following:
11.1101(1)(h)1. 1. Five hundred dollars.
11.1101(1)(h)2. 2. Two cents times the number of inhabitants of the jurisdiction or district, according to the latest federal census or the census information on which the district is based, as certified by the appropriate filing officer, but not more than $6,000.
11.1101(2) (2)Candidate committees. A candidate committee may contribute to another candidate committee no more than the following amounts specified for the candidate whose nomination or election the committee supports [See Figure 11.1101 following]:
11.1101(2)(a) (a) Candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, attorney general, state superintendent, or justice, $20,000.
11.1101(2)(b) (b) Candidates for state senator, $2,000.
11.1101(2)(c) (c) Candidates for representative to the assembly, $1,000.
11.1101(2)(d) (d) Candidates for court of appeals judge in districts which contain a county having a population of more than 750,000, $6,000.
11.1101(2)(e) (e) Candidates for court of appeals judge in other districts, $5,000.
11.1101(2)(f) (f) Candidates for circuit judge in circuits having a population of more than 300,000, or candidates for district attorney in prosecutorial units having a population of more than 300,000, $6,000.
11.1101(2)(g) (g) Candidates for circuit judge in other circuits or candidates for district attorney in other prosecutorial units, $2,000.
11.1101(2)(h) (h) Candidates for local offices, an amount equal to the greater of the following:
11.1101(2)(h)1. 1. Five hundred dollars.
11.1101(2)(h)2. 2. Two cents times the number of inhabitants of the jurisdiction or district, according to the latest federal census or the census information on which the district is based, as certified by the appropriate filing officer, but not more than $6,000.
11.1101(3) (3)Political action committees. A political action committee may contribute to a candidate committee no more than the following amounts specified for the candidate whose nomination or election the committee supports [See Figure 11.1101 following]:
11.1101(3)(a) (a) Candidates for governor, $86,000.
11.1101(3)(b) (b) Candidates for lieutenant governor, $26,000.
11.1101(3)(c) (c) Candidates for attorney general, $44,000.
11.1101(3)(d) (d) Candidates for secretary of state, state treasurer, state superintendent, or justice, $18,000.
11.1101(3)(e) (e) Candidates for state senator, $2,000.
11.1101(3)(f) (f) Candidates for representative to the assembly, $1,000.
11.1101(3)(g) (g) Candidates for court of appeals judge in districts which contain a county having a population of more than 750,000, $6,000.
11.1101(3)(h) (h) Candidates for court of appeals judge in other districts, $5,000.
11.1101(3)(i) (i) Candidates for circuit judge in circuits having a population of more than 300,000, or candidates for district attorney in prosecutorial units having a population of more than 300,000, $6,000.
11.1101(3)(j) (j) Candidates for circuit judge in other circuits or candidates for district attorney in other prosecutorial units, $2,000.
11.1101(3)(k) (k) Candidates for local offices, an amount equal to the greater of the following:
11.1101(3)(k)1. 1. Four hundred dollars.
11.1101(3)(k)2. 2. Two cents times the number of inhabitants of the jurisdiction or district, according to the latest federal census or the census information on which the district is based, as certified by the appropriate filing officer, but not more than $5,000.
11.1101(4) (4)Other persons. A person, other than a person subject to sub. (1), (2), or (3) or s. 11.1112, may contribute to a candidate committee no more than the following amounts specified for the candidate whose nomination or election the committee supports:
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2015-16 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2017 Wis. Act 367 and all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders effective on or before July 21, 2018. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after July 21, 2018 are designated by NOTES. (Published 7-21-18)