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Georgia State Code
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Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 415 (21-2-415)

(a) No person shall distribute, circulate, disseminate, or publish or cause to be distributed, circulated, disseminated, or published any literature in connection with any political campaign for any public office or question unless such literature shall bear the name and address of the person or organization distributing, circulating, disseminating, publishing, or causing the same to be distributed, circulated, disseminated, or published. To be in compliance with this subsection when an organization rather than a natural person commits any of the acts enumerated in this subsection, the names and addresses of at least three of the highest officials thereof shall also appear thereon. No candidate whose campaign is the subject of any campaign literature shall contribute funds to defray the cost or a portion of the cost of the printing, publishing, distribution, circulation, or dissemination of such literature unless the literature clearly states that the cost or a portion thereof has been paid for by the candidate. Campaign literature published and disseminated by the candidate, bearing his or her name and the office for which he or she is a candidate, shall be considered as in compliance with this subsection.

(b) No person shall use the name or any colorable imitation of the name of an existing person or organization for the purposes of endorsing, circulating, or publishing campaign material without the authorization of such person or organization. As used in this subsection, the term "any colorable imitation" means any name purposefully used with the intention of the user that a person reading such name will be misled into believing that such campaign material is being endorsed, circulated, or published by a person or organization other than the true endorser, circulator, or publisher.

(c) Any person who violates this Code section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

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