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Georgia State Code
Title      21
Chapter       5  
Section Navigation     1 ... 10         11 ... 34.1  
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Title 21, Chapter 5, Section 40 (21-5-40)

As used in this article, the term:

(1) "Affiliated committees" means any two or more political committees (including a separate segregated fund) established, financed, maintained, or controlled by the same corporation, labor organization, person, or group of persons, including any parent, subsidiary, branch, division, department, or local unit thereof.

(2) "Affiliated corporation" means with respect to any corporation any other corporation related thereto: as a parent corporation; as a subsidiary corporation; as a sister corporation; by common ownership or control; or by control of one corporation by the other.

(3) "Corporation" means any business or nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of this state, any other state, or the United States.

(4) "Election year" shall be construed and applied separately for each elective office and means for each elective office the calendar year during which a regular or special election to fill such office is held.

(4.1) "Nonelection year" shall be construed and applied separately for each elective office and means for each elective office any calendar year during which there is no regular or special election to fill such office.

(5) "Person" means an individual.

(6) "Political committee" means: (A) any partnership, committee, club, association, organization, party caucus of the House of Representatives or the Senate, or similar entity (other than a corporation) or any other group of persons or entities which makes a contribution; or (B) any separate segregated fund.

(6.1) "Political party" means any political party as that term is defined in paragraph (25) of Code Section 21-2-2, as amended; provided, however, that for purposes of this article, local, state, and national committees shall be separate political parties.

(6.2) "Public office" means the office of each elected public officer as specified in paragraph (15) of Code Section 21-5-3.

(7) "Separate segregated fund" means a fund which is established, administered, and used for political purposes by a corporation, labor organization, membership organization, or cooperative and to which the corporation, labor organization, membership organization, or cooperative solicits contributions.

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