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If either the name, address, occupation and employer of an individual contributor (or if such individual is self-employed, the name of the business, if any, under which the individual is operating) is not on file in the records of the recipient of the contribution by the end of the reporting period in which the contribution was accepted,the contribution shall then be returned to the individual, or to the county’s general fund, by the end of that reporting period. Notwithstanding the above, if a contribution does not designate the requisite information, the candidate or the candidate’s committee may hold the contribution without returning it or depositing it into a campaign account for a period of up to fourteen (14) days while the requisite information is obtained. The required information shall be reported on Schedule A of Form 460, or any successor form thereto, as prepared by the Fair Political Practices Commission. Both the receipt and return of any such contribution shall be disclosed on the appropriate schedules of Form 460, or any successor form thereto, as prepared by the Fair Political Practices Commission. (Ord. 2520, § 1, 10/14/2014)
Any mailing financially supported by an independent expenditure committee shall indicate on the envelope containing the mailing, and on the mailing itself, the name of the committee, and the names of the top three financial contributors to the committee at the time the mailing is being prepared. This required disclosure shall be in substantially the following form: “This information is provided by [Name of Independent Expenditure Committee] and has been supported by [names of top three contributors].” (Ord. 2520, § 1, 10/14/2014)