Oregon Campaign Finance Regulation; Election Offenses
ORS 260.234
Notice of civil penalty; sufficiency of response; timeline for action by filing officer


(1)

A filing officer having reason to believe that a violation of an election law or rule for which a civil penalty may be imposed under ORS 260.232 (Civil penalty for failure to file statement or to include required information) has occurred shall proceed promptly as though the officer had received a complaint under ORS 260.345 (Complaints or other information regarding violations) and, not later than two years following the date the violation is alleged to have occurred, shall:

(a)

Determine whether a violation occurred; and

(b)

If a penalty is to be imposed, notify the person alleged to have committed the violation in the manner described in ORS 260.232 (Civil penalty for failure to file statement or to include required information) (2).

(2)

Not later than 90 calendar days after receiving payment for a penalty imposed under ORS 260.232 (Civil penalty for failure to file statement or to include required information) or receiving other information in response to a notification under subsection (1) of this section, the Secretary of State shall send a notice to the person stating whether the response or payment received is sufficient. [2009 c.818 §25]
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