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Miami-Dade County Ordinance

Regarding the Conduct of Absentee Voting

 

The Miami-Dade County Board of Commissioners on January 23, 2013 passed County Ordinance 13-05 which declares that candidates for County or Municipal office in Miami-Dade County may not direct, or knowingly permit, any paid, or volunteer, campaign worker to violate any provision of the Miami-Dade County Code or Florida Law regarding the conduct of absentee voting.  

Ordinance 13-05 requires that each campaign treasurer shall from this day forward identify and report the names of all paid campaign workers that are:   ·        

  • Employed by the campaign, or ·        

  • Participating in the campaign, or ·        

  • Performing any activities associated with absentee ballots.  

The report shall be filed concurrently with scheduled campaign reports on the attached form at:   Office of the City Clerk Miami City Hall 3500 Pan American Drive Miami, Florida 33133.  

Any candidate failing to file a report as required by this section on the designated due date shall be subject to a fine of $50 per day for the first three (3) days and, thereafter $500 per day for each day lat not to exceed $5,000.  Such fine shall not be an allowable campaign expense and shall be paid only from the personal funds of the candidate.  

Any candidate may appeal or dispute the fine to the Miami-Dade County Commission on Ethics and Public Trust base upon, but not limited to, unusual circumstances surrounding the failure to file on the designated due date, and may request, and shall be entitled to, a hearing before the Commission on Ethics and Public Trust, which shall have the authority to waive the fine in whole or in part.   Any such appeal or dispute shall be made within twenty (20) days after receipt of notice that payment is due or such appeal or dispute shall be waived.  

Any such candidate found to violate this subsection by the Commission on Ethics and Public Trust shall, in addition to any other civil or criminal penalties provided in Section 2-11.1(bb) of the Code of Miami-Dade County

 Miami-Dade County Ordinance 13-05

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