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The city clerk shall administer the provisions of this article. In addition to other duties required of the city clerk under the terms of this chapter, the city clerk shall:
(A) Supply appropriate forms and manuals prescribed by the fair political practices cornrnission. These forms and manuals shall be furnished to all candidates and committees, and to other persons required to file reports.
(B) Determine whether required documents have been filed and, if so, whether they conform on their face with the requirements of this article and State law.
(C) Notify promptly all persons and known committees who have failed to file a document in the form and at the time required by State law, and promptly notify a person, candidate, campaign treasurer, political committee or broad-based political committee of any violations of this article. The city clerk shall inform the person, candidate, campaign treasurer, political committee or broad-based political committee that they shall have two weeks to correct the violation, after which the violation shall be made known to the city council, other candidates, and be made available as a public record.
(D) Compile and maintain a current list of all statements or parts of statements filed with the city clerk’s office pertaining to each candidate and each measure.
(E) Review reports and statements filed by candidates and committees supporting or opposing candidates for city council as required by State law and this article.
(F) Initiate the adjustment of the campaign contribution limits as specified in section 2-245 to reflect the CPI change for the prior 24-month period.
(Ord. No. 2976)