Attention all Potential Candidates! Campaign Finance Seminar is Coming Up

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Florence- Believe it or not, the 2014 campaign cycle will soon be here.

Secretary of State Ken Bennett will be hosting a Campaign Finance Seminar on Thursday, December 12, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The seminar will take place at Pinal County’s renovated 1891 Courthouse, 135 North Pinal Street, inside the Ironwood Conference Room.

This important seminar will cover the following subjects:
•    An overview of campaign finance for committees and candidates
•    Campaign finance web-based system for electronic filing
•    Campaign contributions and expenses information

“I am grateful that Secretary of State Bennett is hosting this seminar here in Pinal County,” said County Recorder Virginia Ross. “I cannot stress enough how important this seminar will be for those who want to run for office. There are always minor changes to the law and it’s much better to learn them now than to do something wrong during the campaign.”

The seminar is free to attend. For more information please call the Secretary of State’s office at (602) 542-8683 or got to their website at www.azsos.gov.

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