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A. The recorder shall:

1. For each candidate and political committee described in section 2.41.050, publish a statement in a newspaper of general circulation and published in the City, and any other medium the recorder shall deem appropriate, indicating whether or not the candidate has agreed to limit expenditures under section 2.41.050.

2. Include the statement described in subsection 1 on the nominating petitions of all prospective candidates for public office.

B. If a candidate or political committee described in section 2.41.050 has agreed to limit expenditures, but is not bound by the agreement because an opponent or opposing political committee of the candidate or political committee for the same office at the same election has not agreed to limit expenditures or has exceeded the applicable expenditure limit, the published statement described in subsection 2.41.110.A.1 shall indicate that the candidate or political committee has agreed to limit expenditures and that the candidate or political committee is not bound by the agreement because an opponent of the candidate or opposing political committee for the same office at the same election has not agreed to limit expenditures or has exceeded the applicable spending limit.

C. If the recorder or the City attorney finds under section 2.41.080 that a candidate described in section 2.41.050 filing a declaration of limitation on expenditures under section 2.41.050 has exceeded the applicable expenditure limit, at the next election at which the candidate is a candidate for election to public office, the recorder shall publish a statement, in a newspaper of general circulation and published in the City, indicating that the candidate violated a previous declaration of limitation on expenditures under section 2.41.050. The statement required by this subsection shall identify the date of the election at which the candidate exceeded the applicable expenditure limit. (Ord. 2994, amended, 10/06/2009; Ord. 2794 § 10, amended, 1997)

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