Senate Committee on Election Law Violations, Investigation, Special - 47th R.S. (1941)
1. Ascertain the aggregate amount, so far as it is capable of being determined, of money spent in radio advertising by the candidates in the last primary election for State office.
2. The aggregate amount of money spent by or in behalf of candidates for State office for newspaper advertising, for printing, stationery and supplies, for office help and for such other personal help for which compensation was paid.
3. The aggregate amount expended by the candidates for State office for headquarters expense, telegraph and telephone charges, for transportation and any and all other expenses not herein specifically set out.
4. The reasonable value of services or other things or articles of value other than money contributed to candidates for public office insofar as possible and by whom contributed.
5. Determine whether or not the election laws have been violated.
Make a report of findings to the Regular Session of the Forty-seventh Legislature, and to prepare a bill or bills to prevent corrupt practices in elections and/or to revise the present election laws to the end that the purity of the ballot may be maintained.
Appointed by Lieutenant Governor 4/2/1941, pursuant to SR 80. See also: SR 185 regarding expenses of committee, pp. 2478-2480; committee transcripts, L1803.9 In86 (show Joe Hill as Chair).
Olan Van Zandt (Member) resigned and William Stone (Member) appointed to replace, 4/14/1941.
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