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1992 Wis Eth Bd 30 - LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS; CAMPAIGN ACTIVITES

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A lobbying principal may, consistent with the lobbying law, send a letter to
its members urging their support of a partisan elected state official running
for reelection:
1. at any time if the communication is not a campaign contribution
under laws administered by the Elections Board and the principal
undertakes the communication independent of and without consultation,
understanding, or agreement with the candidate; or
2. only during periods of time permitted under the lobbying law if the
communication is a campaign contribution under laws administered
by the Elections Board.
OEB 92-30 (November 20, 1992)