News Room Archive • 1992

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Analytical and Topical Press Releases
Date Subject
October 21‚ 1992 White Paper No. 8‚ Technology in the Future: Strengthening Disclosure‚ that discusses how technology can enhance the Commission's disclosure efforts as well as its operational efficiency.
September 23‚ 1992 Public hearing concerning proposed amendments to regulations pertaining to public financing of primary election candidates for Governor.
August 19‚ 1992 Public hearing concerning proposed amendments to regulations pertaining to pre-candidacy activity‚ independent expenditures‚ and public financing of primary election candidates for Governor.
August 11‚ 1992 Public hearing concerning proposed amendments pertaining to the reporting of the identify of State officials receiving benefits from lobbyists and legislative agents.
July 31‚ 1992 Names of candidates and treasurers who were fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act during elections in 1985‚ 1986‚ 1987‚ 1989‚ and 1990.
May 5‚ 1992 Names of candidates and treasurers who were fined for failure to comply with the Reporting Act during elections in 1987‚ 1988‚ 1989‚ and 1990.
May 4‚ 1992 The Commission announced the release of the Commission's 1991 Annual Report.
April 22‚ 1992 The Commission announced that special interest PACs contributed $7‚758‚777 to and on behalf of candidates and political committees during 1991.
April 13‚ 1992 The Commission has proposed an increase in the annual registration and filing fee of legislative agents from $100 to $200.
April 8‚ 1992 Lobbyists spent 22 percent more on their overall activities in 1991 than the year before‚ but spent five percent less passing benefits to State officials and Legislators involved in enacting legislation.
March 20‚ 1992 "New Jersey Gubernatorial Public Financing Revised: 1989 and Beyond‚" a comprehensive report on the publicly-financed 1989 gubernatorial primary and general elections.