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Kentucky: Senate committee approves campaign finance bill

The Fort Mills Times reports: A Kentucky Senate panel has approved a plan that would require candidates for statewide office to report campaign contributions more frequently around an election.

The proposal by Republican State Sen. Damon Thayer of Georgetown would require statewide candidates to file a campaign finance report with the state 60 days before general and primary elections. The proposal also would require candidates for statewide office to file electronic financial reports to the state.

Currently, candidates only have to report their financial contributions 32 and 15 days before an election. -- Fort Mill Times | FortMillTimes.com - Senate panel approves campaign finance requirement - Fort Mill, SC

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