Campaign Finance Reports
Committee for Better Rio Rancho Roads Campaign Finance ReportingMarch 7, 2011 Report (searchable PDF)
Committee March 28, 2011 Report (searchable PDF)
Rio Rancho Tea Party Committee Campaign Finance ReportingTea Party March 28, 2011 Report (searchable PDF)
Tea Party April 6, 2011 Report (searchable PDF)
Rio Rancho Cares "No" on Road Bond Campaign Finance ReportingRio Rancho Cares March 28, 2011 Report (searchable PDF)
City OrdinancesPlease see city ordinances below which apply to the general obligation bond special election for roads taking place on March 29, 2011.
§ 30.21 MEASURE.
Any proposition or question submitted to a popular vote at an election, or circulated for purposes of submission to a popular vote at any election, whether or not the proposition or question qualifies for the ballot.
CAMPAIGN MATERIAL. Any circular, pamphlet, letter, poster, billboard, placard, handbill, card, bumper sticker, decal or other printed or written matter, or radio or television announcement.
PERSON. Any individual acting alone in support of or in opposition to a candidate or to the adoption or defeat of one or more measures.
COMMITTEE. A combination of two or more persons acting jointly in support of, or in opposition to a candidate or to the adoption or defeat of one or more measures.
§ 30.26 CAMPAIGN TREASURER.(A) Each candidate, person or committee, shall appoint the Campaign Treasurer. A candidate or person may appoint himself as Campaign Treasurer.
§ 30.27 REPORTING.(A) Each candidate, person or committee shall file a campaign report with the City Clerk, on a form prescribed by the City Clerk.
§ 30.99 PENALTY.(A) Any person violating any provision of this chapter for which no specific penalty is prescribed shall be subject to § 10.99.
(B) Any person violating §§ 30.20 through 30.27 shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (‘87 Code, § 1-3-14) (Ord. 85-150; Am. Ord. 93-021; Am. Ord. 95-014; Am. Ord. 96-027)
10.99 GENERAL PENALTY.Any person found guilty of violating any of the provisions of this code shall be fined not more than $500 or imprisoned for a period of not more than 90 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment, and each day this code is violated shall constitute a separate offense, provided, however, that if a specific penalty is provided therefor in any particular and individual section of this code, then the specific penalty shall prevail.
(‘87 Code, § 10-1-3)