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2017 SESSION

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HB 2444 Presidential candidates; required statement regarding disclosure of federal tax returns.

Introduced by: Mark H. Levine | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED:

Presidential candidates; required statement regarding disclosure of federal tax returns and foreign payments and remuneration. Requires any person seeking the nomination for the office of President of the United States to submit a statement, signed under penalty of perjury by the person seeking the nomination, that he has disclosed (i) his federal tax returns from each year of the 10-year period immediately preceding the general election and (ii) any payments or remuneration exceeding $1,000 received from any foreign source during the 10-year period immediately preceding the general election. Any person who does not submit this statement shall not have his name printed on the ballot for a presidential primary election or the official ballot for the presidential election. The bill also requires a candidate nominated by a method other than a primary to submit such a statement by the seventy-fifth day before the presidential election in order to be eligible to have his name printed on the official ballot for the presidential election.


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