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    Index 1988                 999 E Street NW       Washington DC    20463                   Volume 14


                                      INDEX 1988
        This index covers the twelve monthly issues of     -1988-8:   PAC contributions by estate trust,
    Volume 14 of the Record published in 1988. The          5:6
    first number in each citation refers to the u num-     -1988-10: Activities related to post-primary
    ber," or month, of the Record issue. The second         delegate selection, 6:5
    number, after the colon, indicates the page num-       -1988-11; Trade association's solicitation of
    ber in that issue. Thus, "5:311 means that the          teachers, 6:7
    article is on page 3 of the May Record.                -1988-12: Credit card program promoted by
                                                            bank and local party committee, 7:3
    AD MlNISTRATIVE CO MPLAINTS                            -1988-13: Candidate's apartmen t rent paid
    See: COMPLIANCE                                          with campaign funds, 7:4
                                                           -1988-14: Joint PAC of affiliated corpora-
    ADVISOR Y OPINIONS                                       tions, 6:7
    Advisory opinion challenged, USDC ~ FEC, 7:6           -1988-17: Corporate sale of commemorative
    Alternate disposition of advisory opinion requests       medallions to political com mittees, 8:3
       -AOR 1987-35, 6:4                                   -1988-18:      Union's liability for non federal
       -AOR 1987-36, 6:4                                    committee contributions, 7:5
       -AOR 1988-9, 6:4                                    -1988-19: Solicitation of employees in share-
       -AOR 1988-15, 6:4                                     holder plan, 7:5
       -AOR 1988-16, 8:2                                   -1988-21: Act's preemption of local ordinance
       -AOR 1988-20, 8:2                                    governing contributions, 7:5
       -AOR 1988-29, 8:2                                   -1988-22: Political activities sponsored by
       -AOR 1988-30, 11:3                                    incorporated political organization, 11:3
       -AOR 1988-31, 8:2                                   -1988-23: Air travel coupons sold to cam-
       -AOR 1988-34, 11:3                                    paign,8:4
       -AOR 1988-35, 11:3                                  -1988-24: Joint fundraising by federal and
    Summaries of advisory opinions                           nonfederal candidates, 11:5
       -1987-29: Partisan communications by incor-         -1988-25: Cars provided by corporation to
        porated membership organization, 4:6                 national nominating conventions, 8:4
       -1987-30: Assets of candidate's wife used to        -1988-26: Hourly wage earners not solicit-
        payoff bank loan to candidate, 2:3                  able, 8:5
       -1987-31: Eligibility of security exchange's        -1988-27: Corporate expenditures for PAC
        membership for solicitations, 3:5                   fundraiser and honorarium; PAC contribution,
       -1987 -32: Silver dollar contributions, 3:7          9:6
       -1987 -33:    Law firm and partner are not          -1988-28: Corporate "900 11 line telephone ser-
        government contractors, 3:7                         vice for political committees, 10:5
       -1987-34: Solicitation of joint venture part-       -1988-32: Candidate committee's reporting of
        nership's restricted class, 6:5                     last-minute contributions, 9:7
       -1988-1: Activity to influence delegate selec-      -1988-33: State's distribution of ballot access
        tion after Presidential primary, 5:3                fees to state party's federal account, 12:3
       -1988-2: FEC reports posted on security ex-         -1988-36:     PAC's solicitation of company's
        change's employee bulletin boards, 4:7              employee stockholders, 11:6
       -1988-3: Trade association solicitations, 7:3       -1988-38:      Commodity exchange's partisan
       -1988-4: Affiliation of PACs resulting from          communications/P AC solicitations; 12:4
        corporate merger, 5:4                              -1988-39: Commodity exchange's solicitation
       -1988-5: '88 matching funds used to retire           of leased memberships, 12:5
        debts of '84 campaign, 5:5                         -1988-40: Post card distributed under "coat-
       -1988-6:    Allocation of media expenses to          tail" exception, 11:7
        Presidential fundraising exemption, 4:7            -1988-41:     Retiring Congressman's disposal
       -1988-7: Candidate's use of cash gifts for           and reporting of 1988 campaign funds, 12:5
        campaign expenditures, 5:6                         -1988-42: Official name of PAC jointly estab-
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    Iished by two corporations, 12:6                      ATLANTIC DRY DOCK CORPORATION, AT-
   -1988-43: National organization not respon-            LANTIC MARINE, INC.                                      .
    sible for state members' PAC, 12:6                    AO 1988-14, 6:7                                          ~
                                                          AO 1988-42, 12:6
AFFILIATION
Between                                                   AUCTION MARKETS PAC
   -corporations with joint PAC, AO 1988-14, 6:7          See: CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
   -delegate committees, AO 1988-1, 5:3, and
     AO 1988-10, 6:6                                      AUGUSTINE, ISRAEL
   -separate segregated funds after corporate             FEC ~ Augustine for Congress Committee. 1:8
     merger, AD 1988-4, 5:4                                 and 12:8
   -separate segregated funds of corporations in
    joint venture partnership and PAC of                  AUTHORIZATION NOTICES
    partnership's subsidiary, AO 1987-34, 6:5             Failure to include on mail solicitations
   -separate segregated funds of labor organ-                -Common Cause v, FEC (87-5036),5:7
    izations, Antosh v, FEC (84-3048), 1:8; (84-             -FEC v, Bob Rici1B.r<iSfor President (88-2832),
    2737), 3:10 and 6:8 - -                                   11:12--               -
See also: CORPORATIONS; PARTNERSHIPS                         <Galliano v, U.S. Postal Service, 1:7 and 3:9
                                                          Requirements- - - - - -
AIR TRAVEL COUPONS                                          -delegate committee communications,              AO
Sold to candidate committee, AO 1988-23, 8:4                   1988-1,5:3
                                                             -nonauthorized committees, proposed revision
ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES                                    of rules, 10:4
Between federal and nonfederal accounts
   -court challenge of FEG's rulemaking process,          BABBITT, BRUCE
    Common Cause v. FEC (86-1838), 10:6                   Non filer, 4:2
   -proposed rules governing, 3:1, 10:1 and 11:3          Primary matching funds
By campaign committee, for office space, AO                  -certified, 2:1, 3:8, 5:1, 7:2 and 11:16
   1988-13, 7:4                                              -termination of eligibility, 5:1
By incorporated political organiza.tion for federal
   election communications, AO 1988-22, 11:3              BAKAL, PETER M.
Revisions of rules for certain activities, 10:4           AO 1988-7, 5:6
To publicly funded Presidential candidate's fund-
   raising exemption, AO 1988-6, 4:7                      BALLOT ACCESS
                                                          Information available from state agencies, 11:7
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PAC                          State's distribution of ballot access fees to party's
See: Stark v. FEC (87-1700), 4:8                             federal account, AO 1988-33, 12:3

AMERICAN Pn..OTS ASSOCIATION                              BANKS
AO 1988-3, 7:3                                            Joint promotion of credit card program with local
                                                             party committee, AO 1988-12, 7:3
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ANESTHESIOLOGISTS                     Loans to 1984 Presidential candidate, MUR 1689,
AO 1988-43, 12:6                                             11: 13
                                                          See also: CORPORATIONS; LOANS; SEPARATE
ANNUAL REPORT                                             -SEGREGATED FUNDS
FEC's 1987 report available, 7: 1
                                                          BATES, TOM
ANTOSH, EDWARD                                            AO 1988-24, 11:5
_ _ ~ FEC (84-3048), 1:8; (84-2737), 3:10 and 6:8
                                                          BEATTY, VANDER L.
ASHLAND OIL, INC.                                         FEC y:. Beatty for Congress Committee. 6:9
AO 1988-19, 7:5
                                                          BENTSEN, LLOYD
ASSOCIATION OF ADVANCED LIFE UNDER-                       Boulter and NRSC y:. FEG. 9:7
WRITERS                                                   General election funds certified to           Dukakis-
AO 1987-29, 4:6                                             Bentsen, 9: 1

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    D.C. "20463. Commissioners are: Danny L. McDonald, Chairman; Lee Ann Elliott, Vice Chairman;
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    Ex Officio. For more information, call 202/376-3120 or toll-free 800/424-9530. (TDD For Hearing
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Petition to deny public funding to Democratic                See: RECORDKEEPING
   ticket disapproved by Com mission, 9: I                Rent paid by campaign, AO 1988-13, 7:4
                                                          Reporting violations
BOOKMAN, RON                                                 See: NONFILERS; REPORTING
FEC y.!. Ron Bookman & Associates,    uuz                 Retiring Congressman's disposal and reporting of
                                                             1988 campaign funds, AO 1988-41, 12:5
BOUL TER, BEAU                                            Videotape (WHY ME?) for Congressional candi-
_ _ and NRSC v. FEC, 9~7                                     dates available, 3:8
Petition to deny public funding to Democratic             See also: DELEGATES; LOANS; PRESIDENTIAL
   ticket disapproved, 9: 1                               -ELECTIONS; PUBLIC FUNDING; PUBLI-
                                                             CA TIONS; STATISTICS
BROADCASTING
Allocation of media expenses to Presidential can-         CHARTS
   didate's fundraising exemption, AO 1988-6, 4:7         Election information available from other agen-
Information available from other agencies, 11:7               cies, 11:7
                                                          Independent expenditures, 6: 11
BUILDING FUND EXEMPTION                                   PAC growth, 3:11
AO 1988-12, 7:3                                           Participation in Presidential general election, 9:3
                                                          Presidential activity, 1:10 and 4:9
BURNSIDE-QTT, INC.                                        Presidential primary spending limits, 3:3
See: UNC, INC.                                            Reporting schedules
                                                             See: REPORTING
BUSH, GEORGE                                              Solici tability of incorporated organization's mem-
General election funds certified, 9: 1                        bership classes, 3:6
Primary matching funds certified, 2: 1, 3 :8, 5: 1,       State election officials, II: 10
   7:2 and 11:16                                          See also: PUBLIC FUNDING; STATISTICS

CALIFORNIANS FOR A STRONG AMERICA                         CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
FEC v. __ (88-1554), 8:7                                  AO 1988-38, 12:4

CANDIDATES                                                CHICAGO BOARD OPTIONS EXCHANGE
Appearance at PAC fundraiser, AO 1988-27, 9:6             AO 1987-31,3:5
Assets of wife used to liquidate campaign loan,           AO 1988-2, 4:7
    AO 1987-30,2:3
Campaign Guide for Congressional Candidates,              CITIZENS FOR THE PRESIDENT '84
    revised, 9: 12                                        FEC v. - - - - J 3:10
Cash gifts used for campaign expenditures, AD
    1988-7, 5:6                                           CLEARINGHOUSE
"Coattail" exception                                      Panels meet in WaShington, 1:9
   See: nCOATTAIL" EXCEPTION
Commemorative medallions sold by corporation              nCOATTAILII EXCEPTION
    to, AO 1988-17, 8:3                                   Congressional campaign promoting Presidential
Contributions to                                             candidate, AO 1988-40, 1h7
   Seer CONTRIBUTION LIMITATIONS; CON-                    Delegate communications promoting Presidential
   TRIBUTIONS; IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS                         candidate, AO 1988-10,6:5
Corporate facilities used on behalf of, MUR 2271,
    2:6                                                   COMMEMORATIVES
Eligibility for public funds                              Corporation's sale of medallions to political com-
   See: PUBLIC FUNDING                                       mittees, AO 1988-17,8:3
Excess campaign funds
   See~ EXCESS CAMPAIGN FUNDS                             COMMISSIONERS
Financial activity, 10~11                                 See: FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
Honorarium paid to incumbent, AO 1988-27, 9:6
Incumbents                                                COMMODITIES EXCHANGES
   See: OFFICEHOLDERS                                     See: SECURITIES AND COMMODITIES EX-
Independent expenditures                                  -CHANGES
   See: INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES
Name used by unauthorized committees                      COMMON CAUSE
   See: NAMES OF POLITICAL COMMITTEES
Partisan communications on behalf of
   See: PARTISAN COMMUNICATIONS
                                                          =  v. FEC (86-1838), 10:6
                                                             v. FEC (86-3465), 10:7 and 11:12
                                                          __ v. FEC (87-5036), 5:7
Presidential spending limits, 3:2
Recordkeeping violations
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COMMUNICATIONS/ADVERTISING                                     11:12
Allocation of expenditures for                               -Stark v. FEC (87-1700),4:8                      a
    See: ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES                       See also: COURT CASES                               •
Authoriza tion notice requirements
    See: AUTHORIZATION NOTICES                            COMPLIANCE FUNDS                ,
Broadcasting information available from other             Presidential, contributions to, 9:2
agencies, 11:7
ItCoattailt1 exception                                    COMPUTER ACCESS
    See: ItCOATTAn.." EXCEPTION                           To FEC campaign finance information, 12:7
Corporations
    See:     CORPORATIONS; NONPROFIT COR-                 CONCILIATION AGREEMENTS
    PORATIONS; PARTISAN COMMUNICATIONS                    See: COMPLIANCE
Delegate committees
    -AO 1988-1,5:3                                        CONFER.~NCES
    -AO 1988-10, 6:6                                      1988 series, 2:8 and 4: 12
Telephone service provided by corporation to poli-
    tical committees, AD 1988-28, 10:5                    CONGRESS
See also. AUTHORIZATION NOTICES; EXPRESS                  Annual Report sent to, 7:7
-ADVOCACY; MEDIA                                          Candidates
                                                             See: CANDIDATES
COMPLIANCE                                                Retiring Congressman's disposal and reporting of
Conciliation agreements (MUR summaries)                      1988 campaign funds, AO 1988-41, 12:5
    -MUR 1689: Bank loans to 1984 Presidential            See also: LEGISLATION; REGULATIONS
      candidate, 11: 13
    - MUR 1690: Corporate executives' activity on         CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGNS
      behalf of Presidential campaign, 9:9                See: CANDIDATES; STATISTICS
    -MUR 2153: Impermissible deposit of funds in
      party's federal account, 6:9                        CONGRESSiONAL MAJORITY COMMITTEE
    -MUR 2269: Corporate press releases consti-           See: GALLIANO, RALPH J.
      tute expenditures, 12:9
    -MUR 2271:       Use of corporate facilities by       CONTRIDUTION LIMITATIONS                            .
      partner of incorporated law firm, 2:6               Act's preemption of other laws governing            .
    -MUR 2454: Transfer from state to federal                See: FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT
      account of corporate PAC, 10: 11                    Affected by date contributions are received,
Court-ordered compliance                                     Record Supplement, 3:2
   - FEC ~ Beatty for Congress Committee, 6:9             Applied to
    - FEC v; Citizens for the President!1, 3: 10
    -FEC v:   Dominelli, 5:8
                                                             -affiliated delegate committees, AO 1988-4,
                                                               5:4; AO 1988-10,6:6
   -FEC v. Working Names, Inc., 7:6                          -assets of candidate's wife, AO 1987-30,3:3
Disposition of administrative complaints ehal-               -estate trust proceeds donated to PAC, AO
    lenged                                                     1988-8, 5:6
   -Antosh v. FEC (84-2737), 3: 10 and 6:8                   -joint venture partnership and subsidiary cor-
   -Common Cause v. FEe (86-3465), 10:7 and                    poration, AO 1988-34,6:5
      11:12     -- ---
                                                             -partnerships, 8:6
   -Common Cause v, FEC (87-5036), 5:7                       -receipts of 1988 campaign, AD 1988-41, 12:5
   -NRA v. FEC (87-5373), 10:9                               -separat e segregated funds after corporate
   -Stark ~ FEC (87-1700), 4:8                                 merger, 1988-4,5:4
Expedited enforcement procedures, 7:1                        See also: "COATTAIL If EX CEPTION
Failure to report                                         Curing excessive contributions, procedures, Rec-
   See: NONFlLERS; REPORTING                                 ord Supplement, 3:3
FEcassistance                                             Exceptions proposed for post-election contribu-
   See: PUBLICATIONS                                         tions, rule making petition, 3: 1 and 11:2
Liability of FEC for court costs                          Travel exemption
   See: LIABILITY                                            See: TRAVEL
Mandatory Supreme Court review of FECA, 2                 Violations
   U.S.C S437h(b), repealed, 8:1                             -excessive contributions by affiliated labor
Nonfilers                                                      PACs, Antosh v. FEC (84-3048), 1:8; (84-
   See: NONFILERS                                              2737),3:10
Standing to bring suit denied                                -excessive in-kind contributions by party com-
   -Antosh v, FEC (84-3048), 1:8; (84-2737),3:10               mittee, FEC v. New York State Conserva-
   -NRA v, FEC (87-5373), 10:9                                tive Party State Committee/1984 Victory
Statements of reasons for votes to dismiss com-                Fund, 2:4
   plaints
   -Common Cause ~ FEC (86-3465), 10:7 and
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CONTRIBUTIONS                                             CONVENTIONS
Act's preemption of other laws                            Addi tional funding approved for national nomi-
    See: FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT                       nating conventions, 4:1
Ballot access fees distributed by state to party          Cars provided by corporation to national nom-
    committees, AO 1988-33, 12:3                             inating conventions, AO 1988-25, 3:4
Bank's payment to party committee for promo-              Commemorative medallions sold by corporation to
    tional services, AO 1988-12, 7:3                         convention committees, AO 1988-17, 8:3
By candidate's wife, to liquidate campaign loans,         Delegate activities
    AO 1987-30, 2:3                                          See: DELEGATES
By corporations
    See: CORPORATIONS; REIMBURSEMENTS                     COORDINATED PARTY EXPENDITURES
By estate trust to PAC, AO 1988-8,5:6                     1988 limits, 3:2
By P ACs, chart, 10: 12
Date made/received, explained, Record Supple-             CORPORATIONS
    ment,3:2                                              Commemorative medallions sold to candidates
Designated/undesignated                                       and comrnlttees, AQ 1988-17, 8:3
    -AO 1988-41, 12:5                                     Contributions to Presidential candidate
    -explained, Record Supplement, 3:2                        -by CEO, MUR 1690, 9:9
Exceptions                               .                   -by national bank, MUR 1689, 11:13
    -cars provided by corporation to national nom-            -employees' contributions reimbursed, FEC Yo:.
      inating conventions, AO 1988-25, a:4                      Roger Lee, 7:7
    -cash gifts to undeclared candidates, AO              Expenditures by incorporated membership organi-
      1988-7, 5:6                                             zations
    -post-election contributions to retire debts,            -AO 1988-29, 4:6
      proposed in Ted Haley Congressional Com-                -USDC y.:. FEC, 7:6
      mittee rulernaking petition, 3:1 and 11:2           Express advocacy standard for partisan com-
    - travel coupons sold to campaign, AO 1988-23,            munications
      8:4                                                     -advance rulemaking proposal, 1:6
Failure to adequately document, disclose and de-              -hearing, 11: 1
    posit, FEC s:   Augustine for Congress, 1:8 and       Facilities used for election activities
    12:8                                                     -MUR 1690,9:10
In-kind                                                       - MUR 2271, 2:6
    See: IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS                            FEC disclosure reports posted on employee bul-
In the name of another, FEC y.:. Cesar Rodriguez,             letin boards, AO 1988-2, 4:7
    8:6                                                   Pundraising
Joint, procedures, Record Supplement, 3:3                    See: FUNDRAISING
Last-minute                                               Honorarium paid from separate segregated fund,
    -800 line, 2:4                                            AO 1988-27, 9:6
    -reporting procedures, AO 1988-32, 9:7                Independent expenditures
Law firm and partner not government contractors              See: NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS
    for purposes of, AO 1987-33, 3:7                      Jointly sponsored PAC
Liability of donors                                          See: SEPARATE SEGREGATED FUNDS
    See: LIABll..ITY                                      Mailing lists developed and sold by
Limitations                                                  See: MAll.. ING LISTS
    See: CONTRIBUTION LIMITATIONS                         Merger, AO 1988-4, 5:4
Loan guarantees                                           N onprofi t corporations
    -AO 1987-30, 2:3                                         See: NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS
    -Presidential candidates that are publicly            Partisan communications
      funded, 9:2                                            See: PARTISAN COMMUNICATIONS
Presidential campaigns                                    Partnerships
    -bank loan to 1984 Presidential candidate,               See: PARTNERSHIPS
      MUR 1689, 11:13                                     Presidential nominating conventions and
    -corporate executive's activity on behalf of              See: CONVENTIONS
      Presidential candidate, MUR 1690, 9:9               Press releases, MUR 2269, 12:9
    -involvement in Presidential general elections,       Solicitations
      9:2                                                     See: FUNDRAISINGj SOLICITABLE PERSON-
Redesignation/reattribution, procedures, Record               NEL; SOLICITATIONS;
    Supplement, 3:3                                       See also: BANKS; SEPARATE SEGREGATED
Sale of comrnemoratives, AO 1988-17, 8:3                  -PUNDS
Silver dollars, AO 1987-32, 3:7
Solicitation                                              COURT CASES
    See: FUNDRAISING                                      NOTE: When multiple cases involve the same
See also: CORPORATIONS; EXCESS CAMPAIGN                   litigants, the Record provides civil action num-
-FUNDS; HONORARIA; REPORTING                              bers to distinguish one suit from another. The
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Record no Zonger uses the designations "Suit 1,"          DELEGATES
"Suit 2,1/ etc., to identify these cases.                 Committees of
FEC v,                                                       -affiliation, AO 1988-1, 5:3
---Atig-.::iStine for Congress, 1:8 and 12:8                 -cornmunlcations, AO 1988-1, 5:3, and AO
    -Beatty for Congress Committee, 6:9                        1988-10, 6:5
    -Ron Bookman & Associates, Inc., 11:12                   -defined, AD 1988-1, 5:3
    - Californians for !! Strong America (88-1554),       Post-primary activities
      8:7                                                    -AO 1988-1,5:3
    -Citizens for the President ~ 3:10                       -AO 1988-10,6:5
    -Citizens to Elect Jerald Wilson, 1:9 and 4:9
    -Dietl, 6:9 - - - - -                                 DELLUMS, RONALD V.
    -Dominelli, 5:8                                       AO 1988-24, 11:5
    - Friends ofIsaiah Fletcher, 11: 13
    -Ted Haley congressional Committee, 9:7               DESIGNATED CONTRffiUTIONS
    -Holmes Committee, 7:7                                AO 1988-41, 12:5
    - Roger Lee, 7:7                                      Explained, Record Supplement, 3:2
    - Massachusetts Citizens 12!: Life, Inc., 1:6
    -New York State Conservative Party State              DETROIT EDISON PAC
      Committee/ 1984 Victory Fund, 2:4                   AO 1988-36, 11:6
    -Bob Richards for President (88-2832), 11: 12
    -Cesar Rodriguez, 8:6                                 DIETL, RICHARD
    -Taylor Congressional Committee, II: 13               FEC v. Dietl for Congress Committee, 6:9
    -Thornton Township Regular Democratic
      Organization, 9:8 and 12:9                          DISBURSEMENTS
    -Working Names, Inc., 7:6                             By individuals seeking selection as delegates, AO
Galliano v. U.S. Postal Service, 1:7 and 3:9                  1988-10, 6:5
Harry Kroll ~ Americans with Hart, Inc•• 5:6              Disposal and reporting of campaign funds of retir-
Xerox Corp. v. Americans with Hart, Inc., 5:6                ing Congressman, AO 1988-41, 12:5
       v, FEC                                             Failure to adequately disclose
---AIitoSh(84-3048), 1:8; (84-2737), 3:10 and 6:8            See: REPORTING/Failure to report adequate
    -Boulter and NRSC, 9:7                                   information
    -Common Cause (86-1838), 10:6                         See also: EXPENDITURES; IN-KIND CONTRI-
    -Common Cause (86-3465), 10:7 and 11:12               -BUTIONS
    -Common Cause (87-5036), 5:7                          DISCLAIMER NOTICES
    -National Rifle Association (87-5373), 10:9           See: AUTHORIZATION NOTICES
    -Stark (87-1700), 4:8
    -'T.i"ii'ited States Defense Commi!tee (USDC),        DISCLOSURE OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE INFOR-
      7:6                                                 MATION
Standing to bring suit challenged                         By securities exchange, on employee bulletin
    -Antosh ~ FEC (84-2737),3:10; (84-3048), 1:8             board, AO 1988-2, 4:7
    <National Rifle Association v, FEC (87-5373),         By state election offices
      10:9         --              ---
                                                             -directory of state offices, 10:11
CREDIT CARDS                                                 -FEe/state computer access program, 12:7
Party committee's agreement to promote bank's             Legislative recommendations on state filing re-
    program, AO 1988-12, 7:3                                 quirements for noncandidate committees, 6:1
                                                          See also:      RECORDKEEPING; REPORTING;
DEBATES                                                      SALE/USE RESTRICTION; STATISTICS
Sponsored by incorporated political organization,
   AO 1988-22, 11:5                                       DOLE,ROBERT
                                                          Primary matching funds
DEBTS                                                        -certified, 2:1,3:8, 5:1, 7:2 and 11:16
Failure to report, FEC v. Taylor Congressional               -termination of eligibility, 5:1
    Committee, 11: 13
Retired                                                   DOMINELLI, J. DAVID
   -with assets of candidate's wife, AO 1987-30,          FEC v. ----' 5:8
     2:3
   -with post-election contributions, Ted Haley           DUAL CANDIDACY
     Congressional Committee rulemaking peti-             Petition to withold public funding of Democratic
     tion, 3: 1 and 11:2                                     ticket                               I
   -with primary matching funds, AO 1988-5, 5:5;             -court challenge; Boulter and NRSC y:. FEC,
     Xerox Corl?/Harry Kroll v. Americans with                9:7
     Hart, Inc., 5:6                                         -denied by FEC; 9:1

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DUKAKIS, MICHAEL                                               See: ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES
Primary matching funds certified, 2:1, 3:8, 5:1,            Cash gifts used by campaign, AO 1988-7, 5:6
   7:2 and 11:16                                            Exceeding $1000, by nonregistered committee,
General election funds certified, 9: 1                         FEC v. Thornton Township Regular Demo-
                                                               craticOrganization, 9:8 and 12:9
Du PONT, PIERRE S. "PETE"                                   Excepted
Primary matching funds                                         -campaign library, sponsored by nonprofit cor-
   -certified, 2:1, 3:8, 5:1, 7:2 and 11:16                      poration, AO 1988-22, 11:3
   -termination of eligibility, 5:1                            -rnedia spending by publicly funded Presi-
                                                                 dential primary candidate, AO 1988-6, 4:7
ELECTION CONCEPTS, INC.                                     Partisan communications· by corporations and
AO 1988-17, 8:3                                                labor organizations
                                                                 See: PARTISAN COMMUNICATIONS
ELECTION INFL UENCING ACTIVITIES                            Primary matching payments used to retire debts
By delegate committees                                         of prior campaign
   -AO 1988-1,5:3                                              -AO 1988-5,5:5
   -AO 1988-10,6:5                                             - Kroll/Xerox Corp. v. Americans with Hart.
By incorporated membership organizations, AO                     Inc., 5:6
   1987-29, 4:6                                             Rent paid for candidate, AO 1988-13,7:4
By nonprofit corporations                                   Spending limits for party committees and publicly
   See: NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS                                  funded Presidential campaigns, 3:2
See also: OFFICEHOLDERS; PARTISAN COM-                      Travel
-MUNICATIONS; VOTER GUIDES                                     See: TRAVEL
                                                            See also: DISBURSEMENTS; INDEPENDENT EX-
EMPIRE OF AMERICA             FEDERAL         SAVINGS       -PENDlTURESj IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS;
BANK                                                            REPORTING
AO 1988-12, 7:3
                                                            EXPRESS ADVOCACY
EMPLOYEES                                                   Authorization notice requirements
Contributions reimbursed by corporation, FEC v.                See: AUTHORIZATION NOTICES
   Roger Lee, 7:7                                           Delegate activities re Presidential candidates
Corporate facili ties used for campaign work,                  -AO 1988-1,5:3
   MUR 2271, 2:6                                               -AO 1988-10, 6:5
FEC disclosure reports posted on employee bul-              Standard for partisan communications
   letin boards, AO 1988-2, 4:7                                -advance notice of proposed ru1emaking, 1:6
Solicitations                                                  -hearing, 11:1
   See: SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL                               See also:    -COMMUNICATIONS/ADVERTISING;
See also: CORPORATIONS;         FUNDRAISING;                -INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES; PARTISAN
-HATCH ACT                                                     COMMUNICATIONS
ENFORCEMENT                                                 FEDERAL ACCOUNTS
See: COMPLIANCE                                             Allocation of spending between federal and non-
                                                               federal accounts
EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT                                    See: ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES
Standing of party to bring suits under, Antosh v.           Ballot access fees distributed to state party com-
   FEC (84-3048), 1:8                                          mittees, AO 1988-33, 12:3
                                                            Corporate PAC's transfer of funds between state
ERIE COUNTY (NY) DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE                          and federal accounts, MU R 2454, 10: 11
AO 1988-12, 7:3                                             Deposit of impermissible funds by state party
                                                               committee, MUR 2153, 6:9
ESTATE TRUST FUNDS
PAC contributions by, AO 1988-8,5:6                         FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT
                                                            Preemption by, of other laws
EXCESS CAMPAIGN FUNDS                                          -Orange County, California, ordinance govern-
Campaign funds used to pay candidate's rent, AO                 ing contribution limits, AO Ul88-21, 7:5
   1988-13, 7:4                                                -39 U.S.C. §3005 (governing solicitations by
Retiring Congressman's disposal and reporting of                mail), Galliano v. U.S. Postal Service, 1:7
   1988 campaign funds, AO 1988-41, 12:5
                                                            FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
EXECUTIVE AND ADMINSTRATIVE PERSONNEL                       Annual Report (1987) issued, 7:1
See: SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL                                  Comments sought by appeals court in Galliano v.
                                                               U.S. Postal Service, 1:7
EXPENDITURES                                                Computer access to campaign finance informa-
Allocation of                                                  tion, 12:7
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Deadlock vote dismissals (with statements of              GALLIANO, RALPH J.
   reasons for votes to dismiss complaints)               _ _ v. U.S. Postal Service. 1:7
   -Common Cause v, FEC (87-5036), 5:7
   -Stark v. FEC (87-1700), 4:8                            GENERAL ELECTIONS
FEC reports posted on security exchange's em-              Certification of funds for Presidential nominees,
   ployee bulletin boards, 4:7                                9:1
Legislative recommendations sent to Congress,             Contributions for, defined, AO 1988-41, 12:5
   6:1                                                    Involvement in Presidential general elections, 9:2
New officers elected, 1:1                                 Refunded/returned contributions, AO 1988-41,
Office of General Counsel reorganized, 3:7                    12:5
See also: COMPLIANCE; CONFERENCES; PUB-                   Reporting schedule
-LICATIONS; REGULATIONS                                      See: REPORTING SCHEDULES
                                                          Spending limits for party committees and publicly
FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICES                                      funded Presidential campaigns, 3:1
1988-1 through 1988-8, 8:8                                See also: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS; PUBLIC
1988-9 through 1988-13, 11:16                             -FUNDING
See also: REGULATIONS
---
                                                          GENERAL MOTORS
FILING                                                    AD 1988-23, 8:4
See:   NONFILERS; REPORTING; REPORTING
-SCHEDULES                                                GEORGE, JOHN
                                                          Committee to Re-elect John George, AO 1988-24,
FINLEY, STEPHEN                                             11:5
AO 1988-23, 8:5
                                                          GEPHARDT, RICHARD
FLETCHER, ISAIAH                                          Primary matching funds
FEC v. Friends of Isaiah Fletcher, 11:13                     -certified, 2:1, 3:8,5:1,7:2 and 11:16
                                                             -termination of eligibility, 5:1
FULANI,LENORA
Primary matching funds certified, 3:8, 5: 1, 7:2          GIFTS
   and 11:16                                              Cash, used for campaign purposes, AO 1988-7,5:6
FUND RAISING                                              GLENN, JOHN
 Allocation of media spending to publicly funded          See: FEe y: Roger Lee, 7:1 and 8:8
    candidate's exemption for, AO 1988-6, 4:7
By nonauthorized committees, proposed revision            GORE, ALBERT
    of authorization notice rules, 10:4                   AO 1988-6, 4:7
By PAC of joint venture partnership's subsidiary,         Primary matching funds certified, 2:1, 3:8, 5:1,
    AO 1987-34,6:5                                           7:2 and 11:16
By trade association PACs
    -AO 1988-3,7:3                                        GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS
    -AO 1988-11, 6:7                                      Law firm and partner not government contractors
By unregistered political committee, FEC v.                  for purposes of contributions, AD 1987-33,3:7
    Thornton Township        Regular     Democratic
    Organization, 9:8 and 12:9                            GRAMM, PHIL
Direct mail solicitations challenged                      See: Galliano y: U.S. Postal Service. 1:7 and 3:9
    -Common Cause v. FEC (86-3465), 5:7 and
     10:7                                                 HAIG, ALEXANDER
    -FEC v, Bob Richards for President (88-2832),         Nonfiler, 4:2
     11:2 - -              -
                                                          Primary matching funds
    -Oalliano v, U.S. Postal Service. 1:7 and 3:9            -certified, 2:1, 3:8,5:1,7:2 and 11:16
    -Stark v; FEe (87-1700), 4:8
                                                             -t erminat ion of eligibility, 5: 1
Joint fundraising
    See: JOINT FUNDRAISING                                HALEY, TED
Nonfederal proceeds deposited in federal account,         Haley Congressional Committee ru1emaking peti-
    MUR 2153, 6:9                                            tion, 3: I and 11:2
Unauthorized use of candidate's name
    -Common Cause v, FEC (87-5036), 5:7 .                 HANDGUN CONTROL, INC.
    -Galliano v. U.S. Postal Service, 1:7 and 3:9         See: NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION
See also: CONTRIBUTIONS; SEPARATE SEGRE-
-GATED FUNDS; SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL;                      HARRIS, THOMAS E.
    SOLICfT ATIONS                                        See: Antosh v. FEC (84-2737), 6:8

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HART, GARY                                             Corpora te facilities used for election activities,
Debts of prior campaign retired with matching             MUR 1690, 9:9; MUR 2271, 2:6
   funds of current campaign                           Corporation's loan of cars to national nominating
   -AO 1988-5,5:5                                         convention committees, AO 1988-25, 8:4
   -Kroll/Xerox Corp. ~ Americans with Hart,           Corporation's telephone services for political cli-
    5:6                                                   ents, AO 1988-28, 10:5
Primary matching funds                                 Delegate committee's distribution of Presidential
   -certified, 2: 1, 3:8 J 5: 1, 7:2 and 11: 16           candidate's campaign materials, AO 1988-1,
   -termination of eligibility, 5: 1                      5:4
                                                       Excessive, FEC v, New York State Conservative
HATCH ACT                                                 Party/1984 Viclc>rYFund, 2:-4--
Political activity of federal employees, infor-        Trade association PAC's partisan mailing, Stark y..:.
   mation available from other agencies, 11:7             FEC (87-1700), 4:8

HOCH, RAND
                                                            also:
                                                       See- -                      EXCEPTION- FUND-
                                                       - RAISING; "COATTAIL"RESTRICTION;, SOLICI-
                                                                     SALE/USE
AO 1988-1, 5:3                                            TABLE PERSONNEL

HOLMES, LEE                                            JACKSON, JESSE
FEG v. Holmes Committee, 7:7                           Jesse Jackson for President '88 Committee, AO
                                                          1988-24, 11:5
HONORARIUM                                             Primary matching funds certified, 2:1, 3:8, 5:1,
By corporate PAC to incumbent Congressional               7:2 and 11:16
   candidate, AO 1988-27,9:6
                                                       JENNER AND BLOCK
ILLINOIS                                               AO 1987-33, 3:7
See: SPECIAL ELECTIONS
                                                       JOINT CONTRIBUTIONS
INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES                               AO 1987-33, 3:7
By incorporated political organization, AO 1988-       Explained, Record Supplement, 3:3
    22, 11:4
By nonprofit corporations                              JOINT FUNDRAISING
    See: NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS                        Committee established for federal and nonfederal
By trade association, challenged, Stark 1:. FEe           campaigns, AO 1988-24, 11:5
    (87-1700),4:8
Failure to report, FEC v. Dominelli, 5:8               JOINT PAC
Last-minute reporting of, 1:4, 2:5 and 9:5             See: SEPARATE SEGREGATED FUNDS
St at ist ics, 6: 11
Unauthorized use of candidate's name                   JOSEFIAK, THOMASJ.
    See: NAMES OF POLITICAL COMMITTEES                 Elected Chairman of the Commission, 1: 1

INDIVIDUALS                                            KEMP, JACK
Activities for delegate selection                      Nonmatchable SUbmissions, 4: 1
   -AO 1988-1,5:3                                      Primary matching funds
   -AO 1988-10, 6:5                                       -certified, 2:1, 3:B, 5:1,7:2 and 11:16
Contributions in the name of another, FEC y:.             - termination of eligibili ty, 5: 1
    Cesar Rodriguez, 8:6
Law partner, not government contractor for con-        KROLL, HARRY
   tribution purposes, AO 1987-33, 3:7                 _ _ v. Americans with Hart, Inc., 5:6
Sale of travel coupons to campaign, AO 1988-23,
   8:4                                                 LABOR ORGANIZATIONS
Standing to bring suit rejected, Antosh v. FEC,        Contributions by labor PACs, challenged, Antosh
   (84-3048), 1:8; (84-2737), 3:10
                                                          v. FEC (84-3048), 1:8; (84-2737), 3: 10 and 6:8
Travel exemption                                       Express advocacy standard for partisan com-
   See: TRAVEL
                                                          munications
See also: MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS; SEC-
                                                          -advance rule making proposal, 1:6
-URITIES AND COMMODITIES EXCHANGES
                                                          - hearing, 11: 1
                                                       Liability for illegal contributions made from
IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS                                     donations to nonfederal entities, AO 1988-18,
Candidate's rent paid by campaign, AO 1988-13,             7:5
   2:4                                                 Partisan communications
Communications by incorporated political organ-           See: PARTISAN COMMUNICATIONS
   ization, AO 1988-22, 11:4

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See also: FUNDRAISING; SEPARATE SEGRE-                    MATTERS UNDER REVIEW (MURS)
-GATED FUNDS                                              See: COMPLIANCE

LANTOS, TOM                                               McDONALD, DANNY
See: Antosh ~ FEC (84-3048), 1:8                          Elected Vice Chairman of the Commission, I: I

LaROUCHE, LYNDON                                          MEDIA
Primary matching funds certified, 5:1, 7:2 and            Broadcasting information available from other
11: 16                                                       agencies, 11:7
                                                          Corporate press releases, MUR 2269, 12:9
LEE,ROGER                                                 Delegate committee communications
FEC!:.-----, 7:1 and 8:8                                     See: DELEGATES
                                                          Spending for, allocated to Presidential candidate's
LEGISLATION                                                  fundraising exemption, AO 1988-6, 4:7
Legislative recommendations submitted to Con-             See also:     COMMUNICATIONS/ADVERTISING;
   gress, 6:1                                             -IN DEPENDENT EXPENDITURES; PARTISAN
Repeal of 2 U.S.C. S437h(b), 8:1                             COMMUNICATIONS

LIABn..ITY                                                MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS
Of FEC, for court costs, Antosh v, FEC (84-3048),         PAC treasurer's responsibilities, AO 1988-43, 12:6
   1:8                           ---                      Partisan communications to general public
Of union, for illegal contributions made from its             -MCFL rule making proposal, 1:6 and 11:1
   donations to non federal entities, AO 1988-18,             - MUR 2269, 12:9
   7:5                                                        -USDC !:.FEC, 7:6
                                                          Partisan communications to members, AO 1987-
LffiRARY                                                      29, 4:6
Maintained by incorporated political organization,        Solie! table members, AO 1987-31, 3:5
    AO 1988-22, 11:5                                      Solicitations by
                                                              See: SECURITIES AND COMMODITIES EX-
LOANS                                                         CHANGES;       SOLICITABLE       PERSONNEL;
Excessive contributions, FEC v, Bob Richards for              SOLICITATIONS; TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
   President (88-2832), 11:'2 - -            -            Status challenged, NRA v. FEC (87-5373), 10:9
Primary campaign debt retirement                          See also: EXPRESS ADVOCACY; NONPROFIT
   -assets of candidate's wife used to liquidate          -CORPO RATIONS
    bank loan, AO 1987-30, 2:3
   -proposal to exempt post-election loans from           MULTICANDIDATE COMMITTEES
    contribution limitations, Ted Haley rule-             See: POLITICAL CO MMITTEES
    making petition, 3:1 and 11:2
   -publie funds used to repay loans from prior           MURS (MATTERS UNDER REVIEW)
    primary campaign, AO 1988-5, 5:5; Kroll/.:.           See: COMPLIANCE
    Xerox Corp. v. Americans with Hart, 5:6
                                                          NAMES OF POLITICAL COMMITTEES
LOBBYISTS                                                 PAC established by two affiliated corporations,
Act's preemption of California ordinance govern-             AO 1988-14, 6:7 ~ AO 1988-42, 12:6
  ing contributions by "influence brokers," AO            Use of candidate's name for fundraising projects
   1988-21, 7:5                                              -Common Cause v, FEC (87-5036), 5:7
                                                             -FEC v. Bob RiciiiidSfor President (88-2832),
MAILING LISTS                                                 1l:12--               -
Sale of, containing FEC contributor information,             -Galliano ~ U.S. Postal Service, 1:7 and 3:9
   FEC !:. Working Names, Inc., 7:6
Supplied                                                  NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF TRADE
   -to bank, for credit card promotion, AO 1988-          AND TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
     12,7:3                                               AO 1988-11,6:7
   - to delegate committees, AO 1988-1, 5:4
~ also: SALE/USE RESTRICTION                              NATIONAL OFFICE MACHINE DEALERS ASSO-
                                                          CIATION PAC
MASSACHUSETI'S CITIZENS FOR LIFE, INC.                    AO 1988-8, 5:6
(MCFL)
FEC v. ~ 1:6                                              NATIONAL REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL COM-
MCFL rule making                                          MITTEE
   -advance notice of proposed rulemaking, 1:6            Boulter and _ _ v. FEC, 9:7
   -public hearing, 11:1


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Petition to deny public funding to Democratic            OFFICEHOLDERS
   ticket, 9: 1                                          Honorarium paid to incumbent candidate, AO
                                                            1988-27, 9:6
NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION                               Retiring Congressman's disposal and reporting of
_ _ v. FEC (87-5373), 10:9                                  1988 campaign funds, AO 1988-41, 12:5
                                                         Speech by President during campaign, Common
NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK COMMITTEE                            Cause v. FEC (86-3465), 5:7 and 11:12
MCFL rulemaking petition, 1:6
                                                         OPERATING EXPENDITURES
NEW ALLIANCE PARTY                                       See: DISBURSEMENTS; EXPENDITURES; RE-
See: FULANI, LENORA                                      -PO RTIN G/Procedures

NEW YORK STATE CONSERVATIVE PARTY                        ORANGE COUNTY (CA)
STATE COMMITTEE/1984 VICTORY FUND                        AO 1988-21, 7:5
FEC ~ - - - . J 2:4
                                                         OREGON PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY
NEWSLETTER                                               AO 1988-10, 6:5
Sponsored by incorporated political organization,
   AO 1988-22, 1L:5                                      PACS
                                                         See: NONCONNECTED COMMITTEES; POLITI-
NONCONNECTED POLITICAL COMMITTEES                        -CAL    COMMITTEES; SEPARATE SEGRE-
Sponsored by law firm, AO 1987-33,3:7                       GATED FUNDS
See also: NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS; POLI-
-TICAL COMMITTEES                                        PARTISAN COMMUNICATIONS
                                                         Authorization notice requirements
NONFEDBRAL COMMITTEES                                       See: AUTHORIZATION NOTICES
Allocation of spending between federal/non-              By incorporated membership organizations
   federal accounts, notice of inquiry on rules             -AO 1987-29, 4:6
   governing, 3: 1                                          -AO 1988-38, 12:4
Joint fundraising with federal committees                   - MUR 2269, 12:9
   See: JOINT FUNDRAISING                                   -USDC v. FEC, 7:6
Liability of union for illegal contributions made           See also: MASSACHUSETTS CITIZENS FOR
   from its donations to nonfederal entities, AO            LIFE, INC.; SECURITIES AND COMMODITIES
   1988-18, 7:5                                             EXCHANGES
Registration requirements                                By nonprofit corporations
   See: REGISTRATION                                        See: NOl{PROFIT CORPORATIONS
                                                         By trade association
NONFEDHRAL ELECTIONS                                        See: TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
Ballot access fees distributed to state party's          Credit card program promoted by bank and party
    federal account, AO 1988-33, 12:3                       committee, AO 1988-12,7:3
Fundraising proceeds deposited in party's federal        Express advocacy standard for corporations and
   account, MUR 2153, 6:9                                   labor organizations
Information available from other agencies, 11:7             -advance notice of proposed rulemaklng, 1:6
Liability of union for federal contributions made           -hearing, 11:1
    from donations intended for nonfederal elec-         FEC information posted on employee bulletin
    tions, AO 1988-18, 7:5                                  boards, 4:7
See also: ALLOCATION OF EXPENDITURES;                    See also:     COMMUNICATIONS/ADVERTISING;
-NONFEDERAL COMMITTEES                                   -ELECTION INFLUENCING; EXPRESS ADVO-
                                                            CACY
NONFILERS
Listed, 4:2, 6:1, 7:1, 9:9 and 12:1                      PARTNERSHIPS
                                                         Contributions by, 8:6
See also:
- - - REPORTING                                          Corporate facilities used by partner of incorpo-
NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS                                      rated law firm, MUR 2271, 2:6
Communications and political activities, AO              Joint venture partnership's subsidiary corpora-
   1988-22, 11:3                                            tion, solicitations and apportionment of con-
Express advocacy standard for communications                tribution limits, AO 1987-34,6:5
   -advance rule making notice, 1:6                      Law firm and partner, not government contrac-
   -hearing, 11:1                                           tors, AO 1987-33,3:7
See also: CORPORATIONS; POLITICAL COM-
-MITTEES                                                 PARTY COMMITTEES
                                                         Allocation of spending between federal and non-

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    federal accounts, proposed rules, 3:1, 10: 1 and        PRECINCT COMMITTEE
    11:3                                                    Election of members, AO 1988-10, 6:5
Ballot access fees distributed to state committee,
    AO 19BB-33, 12:3                                        PREEMPTION
Building fund exemption, AO 1988-12, 7:3                    See: FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT
Coordinated spending limits (§441a(d», 3:2
Credit card promotion program undertaken with               PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
   bank, AO 1988-12, 7:3                                    "Coattail" spending
Excessive in-kind contributions to Senatorial pri-              See: "COATTAIL" EXCEPTION
    mary candidate, f§.£ Y:. New 'York State Con-           Corporate contributions to Presidential candidate
   servative Party State Committee/1984 Victory                 See: CORPORATIONS
   Fund, 2:4                                                Delegate activities
Failure to register, FEe v. Thornton Township                   See: DELEGATES
    Regular Democratic Organization, 9:B and                Filing requirements, legislative recommendation,
    12:9                                                        6: 1
Impermissible funds deposited in federal account,           Financial activity, 4:9
    MUR 2153, 6:9                                           Independent expenditures, FEC ~ Dominelli, 5:8
Major party receipts, 8:9                                   Party activities, videotape (HELP) available, 9: 12
Presidential conventions, additional funds ap-              Permissible activities on behalf of candidates, 9:2
   proved for, 4:1                                          Speech by incumbent President during campaign,
Videotape (HELP) for state committees, 9:12                     Common Cause v, FEC (86-3465), 5:7 and
See also:     COORDINATED PARTY EXPEND-                         11:12      -- ---
-ITURES; STATISTICS; TRAVEL                                 Threshold for qualifying for matching funds, legis-
                                                                lative recommendation, 6: 1
PERSON AL ASSETS/FUNDS                                      See also:      CONVENTIONS; GENERAL ELEC-
Cash gifts to undeclared candidate, AO 1988-7,              -TIONS; PRIMARY ELECTIONS; PUBLIC FUN-
   5:6                                                          DING
Spouse's funds used to liquidate campaign loan,
   AO 1987-30, 2:3                                          PRESS RELEASES
                                                            Partisan, issued by incorporated       membership
PERSONAL USE RESTRICTION                                       organization, MUR 2269, 12:9
See: EXCESS CAMP AIGN FUNDS
                                                            PRIMARY CANDIDATES
PETITIONS FOR RULEMAKING                                    Contribution limits, AO 1988-41, 12:5
See: REGULATIONS                                            Excessive in-kind contributions by party commit-
                                                               tee, FEC .y:. New York State Conservative
POLITICAL COMMITTEES                                           Party ~ Committee/19M Victory Fund, 2:4
Affiliation between                                         Massachusetts primary rescheduled, 2:2
   See: AFFILIATION                                         Reporting schedule, 1:2
Allocation of spending between federal/non-                 See also: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS; PUBLIC
    federal accounts, notice of inquiry on rules            -FUNDING; REPORTING
   governing, 3:1, 10:1 and 11:3
Contributions by PACs to Congressional candi-               PUBLICATIONS (FEe)
   dates, 10: 12                                            Annual Report (987), 7:7
Financial activity, 8:8                                     Campaign Guide series, 1: 12
Growth, 3:11                                                Campaign Guide for Congressional Candidates,
Joint fundraising                                              revised, 9: 12
   See: JOINT FUNDRAISING                                   Record article reprints, 12: 10
Legislative recommendations regarding state                 Supporting Federal Candidates: A Guide for Citi-
   filing require men ts, 6: I                                 zens, negatives available, 3:8
Names of
   See: NAMES OF POLITICAL COMMITTEES                       PUBLIC FUNDING
Seealso:       NONCONNECTED COMMITTEES;                     Allocation of media spending to fundraising ex-
-NONPROFIT            CORPORATIONS;      REGIS-                emption for matching funds recipient, AO
   TRATION; SEPARATE SEGREGATED FUNDS                          1988-6, 4:7
POLSTER, JACK                                               Debts of prior primary campaign retired with
AO 1988-32, 3:7                                                matching funds of current campaign
                                                               - AO 1988-5, 5:5
POSTCARD                                                       -creditors' attachments, Kroll/Xerox Corp. !:.
Distributed by candidate, under "coattail" ex-                   Americans with Hart, 5:6
   ception, 11:7                                            General election funds
                                                               -certified to Democratic and Republican ·Pre-

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        sidential nominees, 9:1                                 Trade associat ion solicitat ions, proposed    re-
       -petitions to deny certification to Democratic              visions, 10:5
         ticket, 9: 1; Boulter and NRSC ~ FEC, 9:7              Travel exemptions, proposed revisions, 10:4
       See also: GENERAL ELECTIONS                              See also: FEDERAL REGISTER NOTICES
    Parties approved for additional convention fund-
       ing, 4: 1                                                REIMBURSEMENTS
    Primary matching funds                                      By bank, to party committee for       promotional
       -certifications, 2:1,3:8,5:1, 7:2 and 11:16                 services, AO 1988-12, 7:3
       -eligibility of candidates, 1:6, 2:1, 3:8 and 5:1        By corporation, for employees' contributions, FEC
       -eligibility terminated, 5:1                                v. Roger Lee, 7:7
       -legisla tive recommendation on threshold
         qualifications, G:1                                    REPORTING
       -nonmatchable contributions (Jack Kemp), 4:1             Campaign Guide for Congressional Candidates,
       -used to retire debts of prior campaign, AO                 revised, 9:12
         1988-5, 5:5; Kroll/Xerox Corp. ~ Americans             Enforcement procedures for nonfilers speeded up,
         with Hart, 5:6                                            7:1
    Spending limits for Presidential candidates, 3:2            Failure to report adequate information
    See also: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS; TRAVEL                       -FEC     s:Augustine for Congress, 1:8
                                                                   -FEC ~ Beatty for Congress Committee,6:9
    RA Y, RICHARD                                                  -FEC ~ Citizens for the President ~ 3:10
    AO 1988-13, 7:4                                                -FEC v. Bob Richards for President (88-2832),
                                                                     II: 12
    REAGAN, RONALD                                              Failure to report independent expenditures in the
    FEe's dismissal of administrative complaint re                  1980 Presidential general election, FEC v.
       1984 trip, challenged, Common Cause v. FEC                   Dominelli, 5:8
      (86-3465), 10:7 and 11:12                                 Failure to report regularly
                                                                   -FEC v. Augustine for Congress, 1:8
    REATTRffiUTION OF CONTRffiUTIONS                               -FEC v. Beatty for Congress Committee, 6:9
    See: JOINT CONTRIBUTIONS                                       -FEe v, Californians for a Strong America,
                                                                     8:7 -                   --
    RECORDKEEPING                                                  -FEC     s:Citizens!2!: the President ~ 3:10
    Failure to keep adequate records, FEC v. Augus-                -FEC v, Citizens to Elect Jerald Wilson for
       tine for Congress, 1:8 and 12:8 - -                           "COrlgress, 1:9    - - - ---               --
    Procedures for redesignated and reattributed con-              -FEC v. Dietl for Congress, 6:9
       tributions, Record Supplement, 3:4                          -FEC v. Friends of Isaiah Fletcher, 11:13
                                                                   -FEe v. The HolmeS'COiUmittee, 7:7
    REDESIGNATION OF CONTRmUTIONS                                  -FEC v. Taylor Congressional Committee,
    See: CONTRIBUTIONS                                                1 I: 13
                                                                   See also: NONFILERS
    REGISTRATION                                                Independent expendit ures, report ing, 1:2
    Failure to register, FEe v. Thornton Township               Post-general election schedule, 12: I
       Regular Democratic Committee, 9:8 and 12:9               Procedures
    Threshold for                                                  -last-minute contributions, 1:4
       -not triggered by silver dollar contributions,               -Iast-rninut e independent expenditures, 1:4
         AO 1987-32, 3:7                                             and 9:5
       -triggered by activities of incorporated poli-               -reattribut ed/redesignated contributions, Rec-
         tical organization, AO 1988-22, 11:3                        ord Supplement, 3:4
                                                                    -retiring Congressman's remaining 1988 cam-
    REGULATIONS                                                      paign funds, AO 1988-41, 12:5
    Allocation of spending between federal/non-                     -spending allocated between federal and non-
       federal accounts                                               federal accounts, proposed rules revisions,
       -court challenge to FEC action, Common                        10:4
        Cause v, FEC (86-1838), 10:6                            Schedules
       -notice of inquiry on rules, 3:1, 10:1 and 11:3             See: REPORTING SCHEDULES
    Authorization notice requirements, proposed rule-           State governments, filing with, 1:3, 4:4, 6:3, 10:5
       making, 10:4                                                and 12:3
    Express advocacy standard for corporate/labor               Treasurer's responsibilities (for state PAC), AO
       com rnunications                                             1988-43, 12:6



•
       -advance rulemaking proposal, 1:6                        See also:     DISCLOSURE OF CAMPAIGN FI-
       -publie hearing, 11:1                                    -NANCE INFORMATION
    Post-election donations for debt retirement, rule-
       making petition, 3: 1 and 11:2

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REPORTING SCHEDULES                                       Established by subsidiary of joint venture part-
April schedule, 4:3                                          nership, AO 1987-34, 6:5
Election year schedule, 1:1                               Estate trust contributions to, AO 1988-8, 5:6
General election schedule, 1:3                            Fundraiser sponsored by parent corporation, AO
July schedule, 6:2                                            1988-27, 9:6
Massachusetts Congressional primary rescheduled,          Independent expenditure project challenged, Stark
    2:2                                                      v ; FEC (87-1700), 4:8
Monthly schedule for 1988, 1:3                            Joint PAC, established by affiliated corporations,
October schedule, 9:4                                        AO 1988-14, 6:7, and AO 1988-42, 12:6
Presidential candidates                                   Names of, AO 1988-42, 12:6
   -convention reporting schedule, 4:5                    Statistics on growth rate, 3: 11
   -primary reporting schedule, 1:4                       Treasurer's responsibilities (for state PAC), AO
Special election schedules                                    198B-43, 12:6
   -Illinois, 6:4                                         See also:     BANKS; CORPORATIONS; FUND-
   -Louisiana, 2:2                                        -RAISING; LABOR ORGANIZATIONS; SOLI-
   -Tennessee, 8:1                                           CITABLE PERSONNEL
   -Virginia, 4:5
Year-end schedule, 12: 1                                  SHEET METAL WORKERS               INTERNATIONAL
                                                          ASSOCIATION, LOCAL 36
REPUBLICAN PARTY OF FLORIDA                               AD 1988-18, 7:5
AO 1988-33, 12:3
                                                          SHURDEN, FRANK
RESTRICTED CLASS                                          Shut-den for Congress Committee, AO 1988-32,
See: SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL                                   9:7

RICHARDS, BOB                                             SIMON, PAUL
FEC v•. Bob Richards for President Committee              Primary matching funds
--(88-2832), 11:12   -                                       -certlfied, 2:1, 3:8, 5:1, 7:2 and 11:16
                                                             -eligibility determined, 1:6
RIPLEY, MARTHA AND ROBERT K.                                 -termination of eligibility, 5:1
AO 1987-30, 2:3
                                                          SOFT MONEY
ROBERTSON, MARION G. npATn                                Allocation of spending between federal and non-
Primary matching funds                                       federal accounts, notice of proposed rule-
   -certified, 2:1,3:8,5:1, 7:2 and 11:16                    making, 3:1, 10:1 and 11:3
   -eligibility determined, 1:6                           Court challenge to FEe action concerning, Com-
                                                             mon Cause v, FEC (86-1838), 10:6
SALE/USE RESTRICTION                                      Impermissible deposit of funds in party's federal
Corporation's sale of lists containing contributor           account, MUR 2153,6:9
   information, prohibited, FEC v. Working
   Names. Inc., 7:6                                       SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL
FEC reports posted on employee bulletin boards,           Employee shareholders, AO 1988-19, 7:5; AO
   AO 1988-2, 4:7                                             1988-36, 11;6
                                                          Hourly wage earners, 8:5
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY REPUBLICAN ASSO-                       Joint venture partnership and subsidiary corpora-
CIATES                                                       tion, AO 1987-34,6:5
AO 1988-22, 11:3                                          Membership classes of incorporated membership
                                                             organizations, AO 1988-11,6:7
SECURITIES AND COMMODITmS EXCHANGES                       Securities and commodities exchanges
FEC information posted on employee bulletin                  -AD 1987-31, 3:5
    boards, AO 1988-2, 4:7                                   -AO 1988-38, 12:4
Partisan communications, AO 1988-38, 12:4                    -AO 1988-39, 12:5
Solicitab1e personnel                                     Trade associations
   -AO 1987-31,3:5                                           -AD 1988-3,7:3
    -AO 1988-38, 12:4                                        -AO 1988-11,7:7
    -AO 1988-39, 12:5                                        -proposed revision of rules, 10:5

SEPARATE SEGREGATED FUNDS                                 SOLICITATIONS
Affiliation between                                       By nonauthorized committees; proposed revision
   See: AFFILIATION                                          of rules on authorization notices, 10:4
Contribution limits, Antosh v: FEC (84-3048), 1:8            See also: NAMES OF POLITICAL COMMIT-
Corporate merger and, AO 1988-4, 5:4                         TEES-

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By unregistered political committee, FEC v.              TELENET COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION
   Thornton Township     Regular  Der11"O'Crat'IC        AO 1987-34, 6:5
   Organization. 12:9
Trade associations                                       TELE/900, INC.
   See: TRADE ASSOCIATIONS                               AO 1988-25, 10:5
See also: EMPLOYEES; MEMBERSHIP ORGANI-
-ZATION; SECURITIES AND COMMODITIES                      THORNTON TOWNSHIP              REGULAR   DEMO-
   EXCHANGES; SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL                      CRATIC ORGANIZATION
                                                         FEC y!..- ' 9:8 and 12:9
SPECIAL ELECTIONS
Reporting schedules                                      TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
   See: REPORTING SCHEDULES                              Estate trust contributions to PAC of, AD 1988-8,
                                                            5:6
SPOUSES                                                  Independent expenditure program, Stark v, FEC
Assets of candidate's wife used to liquidate cam-           (87-1700),4:7                      -- - --
   paign loans, AO 1987-30, 2:3                          Partisan communications by incorporated mem-
                                                            bership organization, AO 1987-29, 4:6
STAFF (FEC)                                              Sollcitable personnel
See: FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION                            -corporate members and their stockholders,
                                                              AO 1988-3, 7:3
STARK, FORTNEY H. "PETE"                                    <teachers, AO 1988-11,6:7
__ .!:. FEC (87-1700),   4~8                                -unincorporated members, AO 1988-3, 7:3
                                                         Solicitations, proposed revision of rules, 10:5
STATES                                                   See also: SECURITIES AND COMMODITIES EX-
Computer access programs for FEC information,            -CHANGES
    12~7
Election officials, directory, 11:9                      TRAVEL
Filing requirements for federal candidates               Coupons sold to campaign committee, AD 1988-
    See: REPORTING                                          23, 8:4
Treasurer's responsibilities (for state PAC), AO         Travel and speech by incumbent Presidential can-
    1988-43, 12:6                                           didate, not campaign-related, Common Cause
                                                            v. FEC (86-3465), 5:7 and 11:12
STATISTICS                                               Proposed revision of rules on exemptions for cam-
Congressional activity, 10:11                               paign staff/VOlunteers, 10:4
Independent expendit ures, 6: 11
PAC activity, 8:8                                        TREASURER'S RESPONSffiILITIES
PAC contributions to Congressional candidates,           For state PAC, A 0 1988-43, 12:6
   10:12                                                 See also: REPORTING; VIDEOTAPES
PAC growth, 3:11
Party receipts, 8:9                                      UNC, INC.
Presidential activity, 4:9                               AD 1988-26,8:5

STOCKHOLDERS                                             UNDESIGNATED CONTRffiUTIONS
See: SOLICITABLE PERSONNEL                               Explained, Record Supplement, 3:2

STRATTON, SAMUEL S.                                      UNIONS
AO 1988-41, 12:5                                         See: LABOR ORGANIZATIONS

SULLIVAN, FLORENCE                                       UNITED STATES DEFENSE COMMITTEE (USDC)
See: FEC!:. New York State Conservative Party            __ v. FEC, 7:6
   State Committee/1984 Victory Fund, 2:4
                                                         us. POSTAL SERVICE
TAXES                                                    Galliano   v.   ----.J   1:7
IRS- and tax-related questions, 11:8
                                                         VIDEOTAPES (FEC)
TAYLOR, CLARENCE                                         HELP, information for party committees, 9:12
FEC v, Taylor Congressional Committee. 11:13             WHY ME?, information for candidate commit-
                                                            tees, 3:8
TA YLOR, WILLIAM E.
AO 1988-10, 6:5




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VOLUNTEER SERVICES                                   WORKING NAMES, INC.
Travel exemption, proposed revision of rules, 10:4   FEC v. -,7:6
Use of corporate facilities for, MUR 2271, 2:6
                                                     XEROX CORPORATION
VOTER GUIDES                                         __ v. Americans with Hart, 5:6
Distributed by incorporated membership organiza-
   tion, USDC v. FEC, 7:6                            800 LINE
                                                     Election information available from other
WALGREN, DOUG                                           agencies, 11:7
Walgren for Congress Committee, AO 1988-40,          Last-minute contributions and independent ex-
   11:7                                                 pendi tures, 2:4
                                                     Partnership contributions, 8:6
WIEDER, HARRIET
AO 1988-21, 7:5

WILSON, JERALD
FEe v, Citizens to Elect Jerald Wilson to Con-
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