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LEGISLATIVE OFFICES AND CAMPAIGN FUNDS. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. This measure amends the state Constitution to establish that after December 5, 1988, no person may hold the office of President Pro Tempore of the Senate and Speaker of the Assembly for a cumulative period of service of more than two years. The measure also declares campaign funds of candidates for state or local office to be held in trust for candidate's campaign expenses and prohibits candidates from using campaign funds to fund another candidate's campaign. Violation of this section is made a felony. Defines terms and contains other provisions. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: Attorney General's office would incur costs of up to $100,000, beginning in 1988-89, to enforce the provisions of the measure which restrict the use of campaign contributions.
Paul Mccauley, C.P.A., 11726 San Vicente Blvd., No. 350, Los Angeles, California 90049 (213) 207-2069; Don Floyd, 4658 El Penon Way, San Diego, California 92117 (619) 274-6966
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Legislative Offices And Campaign Funds California Initiative 396 (1987).