§ 20-1301.  Penalties for Specific Violations.
   Each violation of the following provisions shall be subject to the specified penalties set forth below:
   (1)   Subsections 20-1002(1), (2), (3), (4), and (5) and Section 20-1010 (accepting contributions which exceed limits): Each violation shall be subject to a fine or civil penalty of three times the amount by which an accepted contribution exceeded the limit, or two thousand dollars ($2,000), whichever is less. If the candidate who accepted an excess contribution returns the excess amount to the donor within fifteen (15) days after receiving the contribution and so notifies the Board of Ethics in writing, then no fine or civil penalty shall be imposed.
   (2)   Subsection 20-1006(4) (campaign finance filings) and Section 20-1011 (litigation fund filings): For failure to file a report in electronic format as required, a fine or civil penalty of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) shall be imposed. Each day the report remains unfiled shall be considered a separate offense for which an additional fine or civil penalty may be imposed, provided that the total fines or civil penalties that may be imposed for failure to file a particular report shall not exceed two thousand dollars ($2,000) for the first thirty days the report remains unfiled, plus one thousand dollars ($1,000) for each additional thirty day period (or part thereof) the report remains unfiled.
   (3)   Subsection 20-606(1)(b) (failure to attend ethics training) and Section 20-611 (failure to provide copy of Ethics Code to employees): Each violation shall be subject to a fine or civil penalty of up to two hundred fifty dollars ($250).