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Arkansas: delay in online filing of campaign report

The Arkansas News Bureau reports: The introduction of a new system to file campaign finance reports online has been delayed until early next year, Secretary of State Charlie Daniels said Friday.

Daniels said he hopes to have an online filing option for candidate and lobbyist financial disclosure forms available by the first of the year, which would allow all reports to be put directly into a computer network.

The secretary of state's office had hoped to have the system online by the beginning of filing period in April but other projects took priority, Daniels said. His office has been heavily involved in working out problems with the installation of new electronic voting machines statewide that caused delays in vote tallying during the May party primaries. -- Arkansas News Bureau - New online campaign filing option delayed

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