political campaign

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Admission to political events, such as dinners, programs, presentations, parties or sporting events if proceeds from the event are intended for the use of a political campaign or candidate;
Americans United's Lynn recently told Time magazine that the 2004 campaign is "rapidly becoming the most religiously infused political campaign in modern history.
With the interest in the upcoming election and more money being raised online for political campaigns, the risk of scams and phishing has grown.
The IRS Code forbids tax-exempt, non-profit groups, including houses of worship, from intervening in political campaigns by endorsing candidates.
Pat Robertson's American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) have helped write legislation that would fundamentally alter the tax code and the way political campaigns can be funded.
It is, without doubt, the worst job on a political campaign.
The facility was never built, but backers contributed heavily to a Shelley political campaign.
The difference is they cannot use the resources of a tax-exempt church in a partisan political campaign.
It appeared to be a clear-cut case of an outside group working in close coordination with a political campaign.
Mayor James Hahn has flipped and flopped and now backtracked on whether anything might be wrong with the way City Hall contracts are awarded and contractors are shaken down for political campaign contributions.
Section 501(c)(3)of the federal tax code bars non-profit groups from intervening in partisan campaigns dealing with candidates, stating that an exempt group may "not participate in, or intervene in (including the publishing or distribution of statements), any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office.
The relevant portion of Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code says churches may not "intervene in (including the publishing or distributing of statements), any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office.
Her project will also address what the American voter looks for in a political campaign, and will shed light on what gets obscured, hidden, misinterpreted and misrepresented in the frenzy of campaign activities, either purposely or simply because of the nature of the process.
In November, a top executive with the firm and 13 of the firm's subcontractors were indicted on charges they conspired to violate city political campaign finance limits during the 2001 elections.