ELEC

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    Established in 1973‚ ELEC monitors the campaign financing of all elections in the State. Whether the election is for Governor or Mayor‚ member of the Legislature or a City Council‚ candidates and campaign organizations are required to file with the Commission contribution and expenditure reports.

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    The New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission is located at 28 W. State Street‚ 13th Floor‚ Trenton‚ New Jersey.

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News Room Archive

1993 Analytical and Topical Press Releases

All press releases and press advisories are sent to the State House Press Corps. If you would like a copy of a specific news release‚ please contact the Commission at (609) 292-8700.

October 5‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $979‚161.74 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial general election Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

September 27‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from gubernatorial general election Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

September 22‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $981‚908.24 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial general election Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

September 13‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from gubernatorial general election Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

September 8‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $1‚106‚174.00 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial general election Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

August 24‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $983‚613.86 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial general election Candidate James Florio.

August 23‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from gubernatorial general election candidates James Florio and Christine Todd Whitman.

August 17‚ 1993 link The Commission certified a total of $3‚749‚142.16 in public matching funds to gubernatorial general election candidates James Florio and Christine Todd Whitman.

August 9‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from gubernatorial general election Candidate James Florio.

July 26‚ 1993 link The Commission has proposed new regulations concerning the establishment of candidate and joint candidates committees‚ political committees‚ continuing political committees‚ political party committees and legislative leadership committees.

July 26‚ 1993 link The Commission received applications for 1993 general election public matching funds from gubernatorial candidates James Florio and Christine Todd Whitman.

July 21‚ 1993 link William Eldridge has been named to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.

June 7‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial Candidate James Wallwork.

June 4‚ 1993 link The Commission announced that 11-day pre election reports were filed by the five 1993 gubernatorial primary election candidates.

June 2‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $84‚013.20 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election Candidate James Wallwork.

May 28‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $153‚495.96 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election Candidate James Wallwork.

May 27‚ 1993 link The Commission announced that steps are being taken to implement the general election debate requirement provision of the New Jersey Gubernatorial Public Financing Program.

May 24‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial Candidate James Wallwork.

May 21‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $28‚340.00 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election Candidate James Wallwork.

May 18‚ 1993 link The Commission certified a total of $204‚936.00 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election candidates James Wallwork and Christine Todd Whitman.

May 17‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial Candidate James Wallwork.

May 11‚ 1993 link The Commission certified a total of $376‚502 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election Candidate Cary Edwards.

May 10‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial candidates James Wallwork and Christine Todd Whitman.

May 5‚ 1993 link An alphabetical contributor list for the 1993 gubernatorial primary election is available for public inspection.

May 4‚ 1993 link The Commission certified a total of $1‚648‚050 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election candidates James Florio and James Wallwork.

May 3‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial Candidate Cary Edwards.

April 27‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $36‚493.98 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election Candidate James Wallwork.

April 26‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial Candidate James Wallwork.

April 21‚ 1993 link An alphabetical contributor list for the 1993 gubernatorial primary election is available for public inspection.

April 20‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $811‚932 in public matching funds to 1993 gubernatorial primary election Candidate Cary Edwards.

April 19‚ 1993 link The Commission received applications for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial candidates James Florio and James Wallwork.

April 15‚ 1993 link An alphabetical contributor list for the 1993 gubernatorial primary election is available for public inspection.

April 13‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $260‚476.70 in public matching funds to gubernatorial primary election Candidate James Wallwork.

April 12‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from primary election gubernatorial Candidate Cary Edwards.

April 7‚ 1993 link An alphabetical contributor list for the 1993 gubernatorial primary election is available for public inspection.

April 6‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $1‚446‚924 in public matching funds to gubernatorial primary election Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

April 5‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from 1993 primary election gubernatorial Candidate James Wallwork.

April 1‚ 1993 link William Eldridge has been named to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.

March 25‚ 1993 link An alphabetical contributor list for the 1993 gubernatorial primary election is available for public inspection.

March 23‚ 1993 link The Commission certified $411‚566 in public matching funds to gubernatorial primary election Candidate Cary Edwards.

March 22‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from 1993 primary election gubernatorial Candidate Christine Todd Whitman.

March 8‚ 1993 link The Commission received an application for public matching funds from 1993 primary election gubernatorial Candidate Cary Edwards.

March 4‚ 1993 link Public hearing concerning proposed amendments to regulations pertaining to public financing of general election candidates for Governor and to the statutorily mandated adjustments to the limits and thresholds applicable to publicly-financed candidates.

February 25‚ 1993 link Letter addressed to Governor Florio urging the conditional veto of the campaign finance reform Bill A-100.

February 22‚ 1993 link The Commission announced that steps are being taken to implement the debate requirement provision of the New Jersey Gubernatorial Public Financing Program.

January 26‚ 1993 link Names of candidates and treasurers who were fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act during the 1988‚ 1989‚ 1990‚ and 1991 calendar years.

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