News Room Archive
1983 Analytical and Topical Press Releases
All press releases and press advisories are sent to the State House Press Corps. If you would like a copy of a specific news release‚ please contact the Commission at (609) 292-8700.
December 16‚ 1983 List of names of six political committees active in the 1983 primary election that were reprimanded or fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
December 2‚ 1983 Summary reports reflecting cash balances of surplus campaign funds by legislative candidates and their supporting committees participating in the 1983 general election.
November 30‚ 1983 Summary of receipts and expenditures through 11/22/83 by the state political party committees and statewide legislative campaign committees.
November 10‚ 1983 List of names of candidates in the November 8‚ 1983 general election who had not filed any disclosure reports.
November 4‚ 1983 Ranking of Political Action Committees based upon the total amount contributed to candidates‚ state political party committees‚ and other statewide committees as of October 31‚ 1983.
November 3‚ 1983 Reports filed by PACs reflect the total of PAC contributions to legislative campaigns has exceeded $1.4 million.
November 2‚ 1983 Analysis of receipts and disbursements through 10/31/83 by State Political Party Committees and statewide legislative campaign committees.
October 28‚ 1983 Summary of receipts and disbursements from selected legislative races.
October 28‚ 1983 Summary of receipts and disbursements from selected legislative races‚ district 1‚ 2‚ 10‚ 13‚ 14‚ 18‚ 21‚ 30‚ 34‚ 36‚ 38‚ and 39.
October 26‚ 1983 Analysis of PAC contributions to 1983 general election legislative candidates‚ state political party committees and other statewide committees as of October 21‚ 1983.
October 21‚ 1983 List of 238 names of candidates in the 1983 primary election who were reprimanded or fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
October 17‚ 1983 Background 1981 statistics
October 17‚ 1983 Review of reports filed by candidates‚ committees and PACs reflecting financial activity pertaining to the 1983 general election.
September 23‚ 1983 Alphabetical listing of political action committees on file with ELEC.
September 2‚ 1983 Earl Harris‚ candidate for Mayor in Newark in the 1982 municipal election has been fined $2‚000 for failure to provide timely pre-election disclosure information.
August 24‚ 1983 Names of candidates and treasurers who were reprimanded or fined in August‚ 1983 for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
August 19‚ 1983 West Orange Homeowner's Association fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
August 12‚ 1983 Jersey City Mayor Gerald McCann and Charles Davis fined $2‚000 for their failure to file required campaign disclosure reports.
August 9‚ 1983 The Committee for Progress and YOU‚ and the Builders Political Action committee were fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
July 19‚ 1983 List of seven candidates and four treasurers who received reprimands or fines for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
July 19‚ 1983 List of four lobbyists and one legislative agent have been fined for filing late 1982 annual reports.
July 13‚ 1983 During the 1983 primary‚ thirty-seven Political Action Committees reported making contributions totaling $163‚498 to legislative candidates through June 22‚ 1983.
June 7‚ 1983 List of candidates‚ treasurers and a political committee that received reprimands or fines in March and April‚ 1983 for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
May 25‚ 1983 ELEC has called upon the state Legislature to consider and act upon recent proposals to amend the Campaign Contributions and Expenditures Reporting Act.
May 20‚ 1983 Names of candidates and treasurers who were fined in April‚ 1983 for committing non-willful violations of the Reporting Act.
May 6‚ 1983 John Mesisca was fined $1‚000 for filing a campaign finance report which bore a fabricated date stamp of the office of the Bergen County Clerk.
May 4‚ 1983 List of names of ten candidates in the May 10‚ 1983 municipal election who have not filed required disclosure reports as of Tuesday‚ May 3‚ 1983.
April 19‚ 1983 ELEC filed complaints against four lobbyists and one legislative agent who filed 1982 annual reports more than three days late.
April 5‚ 1983 Public Hearing re: pre-candidacy financial activity "testing the waters."
March 16‚ 1983 List of names of candidates‚ political committees and treasurers who were reprimanded or fined in January‚ 1983 for failure to comply with the Reporting Act.
February 23‚ 1983 Complaint against Save The School Fund‚ Inc. A political committee active in the defeat of the Riparian Lands Constitutional Amendment.
January 20‚ 1983 Former Passaic County Freeholder Edward O'Byrne‚ and Barry Kessler‚ were jointly fined $1‚000 for failing to disclose a total of $1‚500 campaign contribution.
January 17‚ 1983 List of names of candidates‚ political committees‚ and treasurers who were fined or reprimanded.
January 13‚ 1983 The Commission determined that all outstanding issues with respect to documentation of public funds expenditures during the 1981 gubernatorial primary have been resolved.