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2007-272
Docket Number
2007-272
Parties Involved
Julie Quinn
Jefferson Parish School Board
Agency at Issue
Jefferson Parish School Board
Decision Date
5/21/2010
Law
18:1505.1C
Caption
Julie Quinn violated Section 1505.1C of the CFDA by filing reports in connection with the 2002, 2005, and 2007 elections that were incorrect.
Campaign Finance Subject Matters
Reporting
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• LOUISIANA BOARD OF ETHICS
DATE: May 21, 2010 OPINION NO.: 2007 -272
RE: In the matter of Julie Quinn
The Louisiana Board of Ethics, in its capacity as the Supervisory Committee on
Campaign Finance Disclosure (the "Board "), conducted a confidential investigation
concerning campaign finance disclosure reports that were not accurately filed by Julie Quinn
in connection with her campaigns in the October 5, 2002, June 4, 2005, and October 20, 2007
Senate elections. The Board issued the following charges:
I.
That Julie Quinn, in her capacity as a candidate for Jefferson Parish School
Board in the in the October 5, 2002 election, may have violated Section
1505.1C of the Campaign accurately Finance fi Disclosure Act ('`CFDA ") (La. R.S.
• 18:1505.1 C) by failing to le supplemental reports by February 15`"
ise osing campaign activity for said election in the prior calendar year.
11.
That Julie Quinn, in her capacity as a candidate for State Senate, District 6, in
the in the June 4, 2005 election, may have violated Section 1505.1C of the
Campaign Finance Disclosure Act (`CFDA'') (La. R.S. 18:1505.1C) by failing
to accurately file a fortieth day after the general election campaign finance
disclosure report by August 18, 2005.
II1.
That Julie Quinn, in her capacity as a candidate for State Senate, District 6, in
the in the June 4, 2005 election, may have violated Section 1505.1C of the
Campaign Finance Disclosure Act ( "CFDA") (La. R.S. 18:1505.1C) by failing
to accurately file supplemental reports by February 15' disclosing campaign
activity for said election in the prior calendar year.