Assembly Committee on Elections
The Assembly Committee on Elections and Campaign Reform held an executive session and public hearing on November 17, 2009 at the state Capitol. During the public hearing, the committee heard testimony on the following items: Assembly Bill 454 relating to information concerning independent candidates for partisan office that appears on the ballot at elections; Assembly Bill 545 relating to residency of election officials; Assembly Bill 494 relating to the methodology for filing campaign finance reports in electronic format; Assembly Bill 104 relating to reporting of information by nonresident registrants under the campaign finance law; and Assembly Joint Resolution 29 relating to establishing a competitive election criteria for redistricting the legislature. During the executive session, the committee discussed and voted on the following items: Assembly Bill 330 relating to requirements for electors who vote by absentee ballot; Assembly Bill 406 relating to challenging the ballots of electors at polling places; Assembly Bill 454 relating to providing instruction in human growth and development. Relating to: providing instruction in human growth and development.