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Oregon Bulletin

August 1, 2011

 

Secretary of State,
Elections Division
Chapter 165

Rule Caption: Amending rules involving contested case hearings.

Adm. Order No.: ELECT 10-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 7-12-2011

Certified to be Effective: 7-12-11

Notice Publication Date: 5-1-2011

Rules Amended: 165-001-0015, 165-001-0050

Subject: OAR 165-001-0015 is proposed for amendment to remove reference to a political committee being represented by any individual identified as the candidate, treasurer, alternate transaction filer, person designated as the correspondence recipient or director in the most recent statement of organization filed with the filing officer in contested case hearings.

      OAR 165-001-0050 is proposed for amendment to clarify and make uniform the rule language.

Rules Coordinator: Brenda Bayes—(503) 986-1518

165-001-0015

Notice of Opportunity for Hearing

When the Secretary of State proposes to impose a civil penalty or find a violation of an election law, or both, under ORS 260.232 or 260.995, the Secretary of State shall cause a notice to be served by regular mail on the person(s) subject to the penalty. The notice shall include:

(1) A statement of the person’s right to a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge with the Office of Administrative Hearings.

(2) A statement that if the person desires a hearing, the agency must be notified within the number of days provided by statute from the date of receiving the notice.

(3) A statement of the authority and jurisdiction under which the hearing is to be held.

(4) A reference to the particular sections of the statutes and rules involved.

(5) A short and plain statement of the matters asserted or charged as a violation.

(6) A statement of the amount of penalty that may be imposed.

(7) A statement that the person may be represented by counsel at the hearing.

(8) If the person is an agency, corporation or an unincorporated association, that such person must be represented by an attorney licensed in Oregon.

(9) A statement that the record of the proceeding to date, including the agency file or files on the subject of the contested case, automatically become part of the contested case record upon default for the purpose of proving a prima facie case.

(10) A statement that the person against whom a penalty may be assessed need not appear in person at a hearing held under ORS 260.232 or 260.995, but instead may submit written testimony and other evidence, sworn to before a notary public, to the Secretary of State for entry in the hearing record. Such documents must be received by the Secretary of State not later than three business days prior to the hearing as provided by 260.232(6).

(11) A statement that unless precluded by law, informal disposition may be made of any contested case by stipulation, agreed settlement, consent order or default.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.090, 183.470 & 246.150

Stats. Implemented: ORS 183.341, 183.470, 260.232 & 260.995

Hist.: ELECT 15-1988(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 1-27-88; ELECT 26-1988, f. & cert. ef. 8-1-88; ELECT 27-1993, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-93; ELECT 9-1999, f. & cert. ef. 9-29-99; ELECT 7-2003, f. & cert. ef. 9-3-03; ELECT 19-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-31-09; ELECT 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 4-8-11; ELECT 10-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-12-11

165-001-0050

Proposed Orders in Contested Cases, Filing of Exceptions, Argument, and Adoption of Order

(1) The administrative law judge shall prepare a proposed order and serve the proposed order on the agency and each party. The proposed order shall be served not later than 30 calendar days after the hearing is adjourned. The proposed order shall also include information about when and where written exceptions to the proposed order must be filed to be considered by the agency.

(2) If the administrative law judge’s proposed order recommended a decision favorable to a party and the agency intends to reject that recommendation and issue an order adverse to that party, the agency shall issue an amended proposed order. When the agency serves an amended proposed order on the party, the agency shall, at the same time notify the party when and where written exceptions for the amended order must be filed to be considered by the agency.

(3) The agency decision maker, after considering any of the written exceptions may adopt the proposed order, amended proposed order or prepare a new order.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 183.090, 183.470, 246.150, 260.232 & 260.995

Stats. Implemented: ORS 183.470, 260.232 & 260.995

Hist.: ELECT 15-1988(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 1-27-88; ELECT 26-1988, f. & cert. ef. 8-1-88; ELECT 7-2003, f. & cert. ef. 9-3-03; ELECT 19-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-31-09; ELECT 10-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-12-11

 

Rule Caption: Updating NVRA Agency designations and compiling and reporting requirements.

Adm. Order No.: ELECT 11-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 7-12-2011

Certified to be Effective: 7-12-11

Notice Publication Date: 5-1-2011

Rules Amended: 165-005-0055, 165-005-0065

Subject: These rules are proposed for amendment to update the
designated NVRA agencies to their correct names, and to provide clarification to how to counties must track noter registration cards for reporting purposes.

Rules Coordinator: Brenda Bayes—(503) 986-1518

165-005-0055

Designating NVRA Voter Registration Agencies

(1) “Voter Registration Agency” means one of the following:

(a) Armed Forces recruitment offices operated by the U.S. Department of Defense;

(b) Commission for the Blind;

(c) Children, Adults and Families Division;

(d) Addictions and Mental Health Division;

(e) Office of Family Health Services WIC;

(f) Seniors and People with Disabilities Division;

(g) Office of Vocational Rehab Services;

(h) Oregon Department of Transportation;

(i) Oregon University System;

(2) “Agency Site” means any voter registration location named by a voter registration agency designated in section (2) of this rule.

(3) “County Elections Official” means the official responsible for voter registration in any county.

(4) Some voter registration agencies are not required under the National Voter Registration Act to be designated as voter registration agencies. A volunteer agency, the following agency is exempt from the requirements of ORS 247.208(2) and (4): Oregon University System.

(5) The Armed Forces recruitment offices, operated by the U.S. Department of Defense, are exempt from reporting statistical information to the Secretary of State and report directly to the Election Assistance Commission.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 246.150 & 247.208

Stats. Implemented: ORS 247.208

Hist.: ELECT 10-1991(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-27-91; ELECT 18-1992, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-92; ELECT 25-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-27-94; ELECT 20-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-8-00; ELECT 8-2003, f. & cert. ef. 9-3-03; ELECT 11-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-12-11

165-005-0065

Compiling and Reporting Registrations

(1) The Secretary of State shall print and provide to Voter Registration Agencies a form to use to report the number of voter registration cards sent to the County Elections Official.

(2) At least monthly, on the form or in the manner provided by the Secretary of State, each agency site shall report to the Secretary of State the number of voter registration cards sent to the county elections office since the last report.

(3) County Elections Officials shall record the following voter registration information in the Oregon Centralized Voter Registration System (OCVR) allowing the Secretary of State to compile the information and report to the Election Assistance Commission:

(a) The number of voters registered “active” and the number of voters registered “inactive” at the close of the previous general election;

(b) The number of registrations cancelled between the two most recent federal general elections;

(c) The number of confirmation notices mailed out between the two most recent federal general elections and the number of responses to these notices received during that same period;

(d) The number of valid registrations for people not previously registered to vote in Oregon or who is currently cancelled (New);

(e) The number of registration applications that update an existing registration including the residential address from one county to another (Update); and

(f) The number of registration applications submitted by persons already registered to vote at the same address, under the same name, with the same personal information and the same political party (Duplicate).

(4) New, updated or duplicate registrations shall be recorded in the following categories:

(a) By mail all cards received from individuals that arrive by United States Postal Service;

(b) By other means all cards received from individuals arriving in person or another method, other than by United States Postal Service;

(c) From the Department of Transportation (DMV) — all cards received from DMV offices regardless of how the cards arrive;

(d) From a #3 — agency all cards received from a #3 agency regardless of how the cards arrive. #3 agencies include Addictions and Mental Health Division, Children, Adults & Families Division; and the Office of Family Health Services — WIC;

(e) From a #4 — agency all cards received from a #4 agency regardless of how the cards arrive. #4 agencies include the Commission for the Blind; Seniors & People with Disabilities; and the Office of Vocational Rehab Services;

(f) From Armed Forces Recruitment offices — all cards received from Armed Forces offices regardless of how the cards arrive;

(g) From all other designated voter registration agencies — all cards received from the Oregon University System, Secretary of State or other County Elections Office regardless of how the cards arrive; and

(h) Received on a Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) registration application regardless of how the cards arrive.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 246.150, 247.012 & 247.208

Stats. Implemented: ORS 247.208

Hist.: ELECT 10-1991(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-27-91; ELECT 18-1992, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-92; ELECT 25-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-27-94; ELECT 22-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-8-00; ELECT 11-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-12-11

 

Rule Caption: Amendment of the 2010 Campaign Finance Manual.

Adm. Order No.: ELECT 12-2011

Filed with Sec. of State: 7-12-2011

Certified to be Effective: 7-12-11

Notice Publication Date: 5-1-2011

Rules Amended: 165-012-0005

Subject: This proposed amendment revises the 2010 Campaign Finance Manual by updating the maximum penalty assessed for late filings of contributions received during a legislative session.

Rules Coordinator: Brenda Bayes—(503) 986-1518

165-012-0005

Designating the Campaign Finance Manual and Forms; Late Penalty Matrix

(1) Pursuant to ORS 260.156, the Secretary of State designates the 2010 Campaign Finance Manual and associated forms as the procedures and guidelines to be used for compliance with Oregon campaign finance regulations.

(2) The following amendments to the 2010 Campaign Finance Manual will apply to all ORESTAR late and insufficient penalty cases under ORS 260.232. The amendments to this rule with the exception of sections (7) and (9) go into effect upon the adoption of this rule. Sections (7), (9) and (12) apply to late or insufficient cases occurring May 2011 forward.

(3) Pg 64 right column, replace all paragraphs under the heading Late and Insufficient Penalty Cases (ORS 260.232) with the following:

(a) If the Secretary of State determines that a committee is in violation of Oregon election law for a late or insufficient filing, the treasurer, and candidate, if applicable, of the committee is sent a notice of proposed civil penalty (the charging document) that informs them of the potential civil penalty and provides them with an opportunity to request a hearing. This notice is sent by both certified and regular mail to the committee treasurer or, in the case of a candidate committee, by both certified and regular mail to the candidate with a copy by regular mail to the treasurer, and correspondence recipient, if applicable.

(b) Late and insufficient violations will be processed by calendar month. Each case for a given month will include late violations (transactions that are filed late in that particular month) and insufficient violations. (Transactions that are not sufficiently corrected by the exam response due date in that particular month.)

(c) For example, a transaction is due on April 15, 2009. The transaction isn’t filed until May 1, 2009. This violation will be part of the May case.

(d) A transaction is identified as insufficient on an exam letter, with a response due date of May 10, 2009. The transactions isn’t corrected until May 15, 2009, this violation will also be part of the May case.

(e) If the total calculated penalty for a case is less than $50, a proposed penalty will not be issued and there will be no violation found.

(f) If a person is not going to contest the proposed penalty, payment may be made payable to the Secretary of State and mailed to the Elections Division prior to the issuance of a default final order or not later than 60 days after the default final order is issued.

(4) Pg 65 left column, replace all language beginning with heading Request for Hearing through the language under the heading Hearing by Telephone located in the right column with the following:

(a) STEP ONE: RESPONDING TO PROPOSED PENALTY NOTICE.

(A) When a person receives a proposed penalty notice, they can either pay the penalty, or contest the charges by submitting notarized testimony in lieu of a hearing or requesting an in person or telephone hearing.

(B) To pay the penalty the following must occur:

(i) Payment is made payable to the Secretary of State.

(ii) Payment may be mailed to the Elections Division prior to the issuance of the default final order, at any time after the proposed penalty notice is issued.

(iii) Payment must be received not later than 60 days after the default final order is issued.

(iv) If necessary, the person may contact the Elections Division at 503-986-1518 to discuss payment plan options.

(C) To submit notarized testimony in lieu of an in person or telephone hearing to contest the case the following must occur:

(i) The person must submit a signed Hearing Request Form and an answer to the violations within 20 days of the receipt of the certified mail notice of proposed civil penalty. If the certified letter is refused or left unclaimed at the post office, the 20 day period begins on the day the post office indicates it has given first notice of the certified letter.

(ii) The answer must include an admission or denial of each factual matter alleged in the proposed penalty notice.

(iii) The answer must identify any mitigating circumstance that applies and indicate specifically what facts or transactions the mitigating circumstance applies to.

(iv) If the person has evidence of a mitigating circumstance, or other relevant evidence, this can be submitted with the answer as exhibits.

(v) Except for good cause shown to the administrative law judge, factual matters alleged in the penalty notice and not denied in the answer will be deemed admitted by the party.

(vi) The testimony must be notarized by a licensed Notary Public.

(vii) A worksheet is available on the back of the Hearing Request Form and may be used to complete the answer. Additional copies may be obtained by emailing your request to elec-hearings@sos.state.or.us or by contacting the Elections Division at 503-986-1518.

(viii) The testimony may be mailed to the Elections Division at 255 Capitol St NE, Ste 501, Salem OR 97310 or may be faxed to 503-373-7414.

(D) To request an in person or telephone hearing to contest the case the following must occur:

(i) The person must submit a signed Hearing Request Form and an answer to the violations within 20 days of the receipt of the certified mail notice of proposed civil penalty. If the certified letter is refused or left unclaimed at the post office, the 20 day period begins on the day the post office indicates it has given first notice of a certified letter.

(ii) The person must elect whether or not they want the hearing by telephone or in person on the Hearing Request Form, and sign where indicated.

(iii) The answer must include an admission or denial of each factual matter alleged in the proposed penalty notice.

(iv) The answer must identify any mitigating circumstance that applies and indicate specifically what facts or transactions the mitigating circumstance applies to.

(v) If the person has evidence of a mitigating circumstance, or other relevant evidence, this can be submitted with the answer as exhibits.

(vi) Except for good cause shown to the administrative law judge, factual matters alleged in the penalty notice and not denied in the answer will be deemed admitted by the party.

(b) STEP TWO: CONTESTED CASE PROCESS — If a person submits the Hearing Request Form, the hearing will be conducted by an administrative law judge with the Office of Administrative Hearings through one of the following processes:

(A) NOTARIZED TESTIMONY PROCESS — If the person has timely submitted the signed Hearing Form designating the submission of notarized testimony, the Elections Division will refer the case and forward the person’s notarized testimony to the Office of Administrative Hearings. The following process then applies:

(i) When the Elections Division Submits Testimony — The Elections Division may submit notarized testimony (and any exhibits) to the Office of Administrative Hearings and to the person that filed the notarized testimony. The Elections Division’s notarized testimony will be sent via email to the email address provided on the request form. The Secretary of State, Elections Division may mail its notarized testimony to the party’s last known address if the party’s email address is unknown or does not accept the Secretary of State’s email.

(ii) Opportunity for Rebuttal Testimony — The person may, but is not required to, respond to the Elections Division testimony by submitting rebuttal notarized testimony. The rebuttal testimony is limited to issues raised in the person’s original testimony and the Elections Division’s testimony. The rebuttal testimony must be received not later than five business days from the date of service of the Division’s testimony (the date the testimony was emailed or mailed). The notarized testimony “hearing” is deemed closed the day after the deadline for the person to submit rebuttal testimony.

(B) IN PERSON OR TELEPHONE HEARING PROCESS — If the person has timely submitted the signed Hearing Form designating an in person or telephone hearing, the following process applies:

(i) Scheduling a Hearing — The Elections Division will refer the hearing request, including the party’s answer and hearing request form, to the Office of Administrative Hearings. The Office of Administrative Hearings will schedule a hearing not later than 45 days after the deadline for requesting a hearing. A 15 day extension may be granted if requested in writing by the person subject to the civil penalty.

(ii) Submitting Exhibits — Not less than five business days prior to the commencement of the hearing, each party, including the Elections Division, must deliver copies of the exhibits it intends to offer into evidence at the hearing. Exhibits must be delivered to the Administrative Law Judge, all parties, and the Elections Division. Delivery of the exhibits may be accomplished by any of the following means, or by other means of similar nature: Hand delivery; First class or certified mail; Facsimile; Professional delivery service; or Emailed in a pdf format to elec-hearings@
sos.state.or.us. Nothing precludes any party or the Elections Division from seeking to introduce documentary evidence in addition to evidence described above during a telephone or in person hearing. The Administrative Law Judge shall receive such evidence, subject to the applicable rules of evidence, only if inclusion of the evidence in the record is necessary to conduct a full and fair hearing.

(iii) Conduct of In Person or Telephone Hearing — If the hearing is in person, it will be conducted at the time scheduled and held in a hearing room at the Office of Administrative Hearings in Salem. If the hearing is by telephone, the parties will call the phone number provided in the Notice of Hearing sent by the Office of Administrative Hearings. The hearing will be presided over by an Administrative Law Judge. The Administrative Law Judge will describe the hearing process at the beginning of each hearing. The parties will then be given the opportunity to give opening statements, present and examine witnesses, and give closing statements.

(iv) Opportunity to Opt Out of In Person or Telephone Hearing — If a person requests an in person or telephone hearing and the hearing is scheduled by the Office of Administrative Hearings, then subsequently decides they do not want to appear at the hearing, but still wants to contest the penalty, the person may submit notarized testimony and other evidence for entry into the hearing record before the Administrative Law Judge. The Elections Division must receive the testimony no later than three business days before the day of the scheduled hearing. The Elections Division may submit notarized testimony. The testimony must be received by the Office of Administrative Hearings not later than 5:00 pm on the hearing scheduled date. If the Elections Division does not submit notarized testimony, the Agency file will become a part of the case file and establish the basis for liability. This process is separate and distinct from the Notarized Testimony process discussed above and applies only when a party requests an in person or telephone hearing and later decides not to appear at the hearing and instead provide notarized testimony and evidence.

(c) STEP THREE: PROPOSED AND FINAL ORDERS.

(A) Proposed Order — After the hearing is closed, the Office of Administrative Hearings sends the treasurer, candidate, and the Elections Division the administrative law judge’s proposed order. The administrative law judge’s proposed order will provide a deadline to file written exceptions to the proposed order. If the Elections Division chooses to amend the proposed order issued by the administrative law judge, the Elections Division will send an amended proposed order which will provide a deadline to file written exceptions to the amended proposed order.

(B) Final Order —After reviewing and considering the written exceptions, the Elections Division will issue a final order no later than 90 days after the hearing is closed. If the order imposes a civil penalty, the party has 60 days to pay the penalty or file an appeal. If necessary, the person may contact the Elections Division at 503-986-1518 to discuss payment plan options.

(d) Judicial Review of a Final or Default Order — After the issuance of a final order or default final order, a candidate or treasurer is entitled to judicial review of the order. Judicial review may be obtained by filling a petition for review with the Oregon Court of Appeals within 60 days of the service date of the order.

(5) Page 65 right column, under heading Mitigating Circumstances, replace the first paragraph with the following: If an in person, telephone or notarized testimony hearing is requested and testimony is provided regarding the mitigating circumstance that directly caused the late or insufficient filing, the Administrative Law Judge and the Secretary of State may consider reducing in whole or in part, the civil penalty, based on the facts presented by the testimony.

(6) Page 66 right column, delete all language under headings Final Order and Default Final Order.

(7) Page 67 left column under the heading Penalties for Late Transactions, replace the paragraph with: The treasurer responsible for a late filed transaction is the treasurer of record at the time the transaction is due. The liability for the civil penalty remains with the treasurer, and the candidate, if applicable, even if the late transaction is filed by the designated alternate transaction filer.(8) Page 68 left column under the heading Penalty Matrix Late Filings should be replaced with the following: Penalties may be assessed for any contribution or expenditure transaction that is filed late or any cash balance adjustment transaction. A transaction is considered late in any of the following circumstances:

(a) A transaction is not filed by the due date for the transaction;

(b) A change is made to the name of the contributor or payee after the transaction due date, resulting in an entirely different contributor or payee being associated with the transaction (the transaction is considered late from the transaction due date to the date the amended transaction changing the contributor or payee is filed);

(c) A change is made to the date of the transaction resulting in a due date that is prior to the date the transaction was originally filed (the transaction is considered late from the date the transaction should have been filed to the date the transaction was originally filed);

(d) A change (increase or decrease) is made to the amount of a previously reported transaction after the transaction due date (the amount of the change is late from the transaction due date to the date the amended transaction changing the amount is filed) no penalty will be imposed for a change in the amount of an expenditure made by an agent transaction;

(e) A previously reported transaction is deleted after the transaction due date (the transaction is considered late from the transaction due date to the date the transaction deletion is filed);

(f) a cash balance adjustment transaction is filed because the committee is unable to reconcile the calculated cash balance based on transactions filed with the Secretary of State with the committee’s bank balance; or

(g) The transaction type is amended from any transaction type other than a contribution or expenditure to a contribution or expenditure, and the original transaction was filed after the deadline (the transaction is considered late from the transaction due date to the date the original transaction is filed).

(9) Page 69 under the heading Maximum Penalties should be replaced with the following:

(a) The maximum penalty for each late transaction, except for a change in a transaction amount, is 10% of the amount of the transaction. The maximum penalty for a change in a transaction amount is 10% of the change in amount.

(b) The maximum penalty for a late Certificate of Limited Contributions and Expenditures is $100.

(c) The maximum penalty for each cash balance adjustment is 10% of the amount of the transaction.

(d) The maximum penalty for a late Statement of Independent Expenditures (form PC 10) is 10% of the total amount reported on form PC 10.

(10) Page 71 right column under the heading Penalties should be replaced with the following:

(a) for all missing or insufficient items, other than those listed below: $10 per item;

(b) failure to provide the terms of a loan: 1% of the loan.

(c) Omitted or insufficient information submitted after the amendment deadline but prior to the deadline for a candidate or treasurer to request a hearing will result in a 50% per item reduction of the penalty, if the information is deemed sufficient. If a public hearing is requested, the omitted or insufficient information may be submitted up to the date of the hearing and if deemed sufficient will result in a 50% per item reduction of the penalty.

(11) Amend all references in the 2010 Campaign Finance Manual regarding the requirement for a candidate to file a candidate committee from $350 to $750, including Pages 13, 41, 59 and form SEL 220, Statement of Organization for Candidate Committee.

(12) Page 70 under the heading Maximum Penalties should be replaced with the following: The maximum penalty for each late transaction, except for a change in a transaction amount, is 10% of the amount of the transaction. The maximum penalty for a change in a transaction amount is 10% of the change in amount.

[Publications: Publications and Forms referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 246.120, 246.150, 260.156 & 260.200

Stats. Implemented: ORS 246.120, 246.150, 260.156 & 260.200

Hist.: SD 101, f. & ef. 12-3-75; SD 120, f. & ef. 12-21-77; SD 34-1980, f. & ef. 3-6-80; SD 28-1983, f. & ef. 12-20-83; SD 3-1986, f. & ef. 2-26-86; ELECT 32-1988(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-26-88; ELECT 22-1989(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-9-89; ELECT 19-1990, f. & cert. ef. 6-4-90; ELECT 14-1992 (Temp), f. & cert. ef. 6-10-92; ELECT 37-1992, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-92; ELECT 34-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-1-93; ELECT 1-1995(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 2-23-95; ELECT 15-1995, f. & cert. ef. 12-18-95; ELECT 9-1996, f. & cert. ef. 7-26-96; ELECT 5-1997, f. & cert. ef. 3-24-97; ELECT 6-1997(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-18-97; ELECT 15-1997, f. & cert. ef. 12-31-97; ELECT 5-1998, f. & cert. ef. 2-26-98; ELECT 8-1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-2-98; ELECT 9-1998, f. & cert. ef 9-11-98; ELECT 13-1998(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 12-15-98 thru 6-13-99; ELECT 2-1999(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 1-15-99 thru 7-14-99; ELECT 3-1999, f. & cert. ef. 3-1-99; ELECT 1-2000, f. & cert. ef. 1-3-00; ELECT 3-2002, f. & cert. ef. 3-13-02; ELECT 23-2003, f. & cert. ef. 12-12-03; ELECT 13-2005, f. & cert. ef. 12-30-05; ELECT 1-2007, f. & cert. ef. 1-5-07; ELECT 2-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 5-2-07 thru 10-29-07; ELECT 4-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 7-16-07 thru 12-31-07; ELECT 13-2007, f. & cert. ef. 12-31-07; ELECT 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 5-4-09; ELECT 16-2009, f. & cert. ef. 7-30-09; ELECT 27-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-31-09; ELECT 3-2010, f. & cert. ef. 4-22-10; ELECT 8-2011, f. & cert. ef. 4-8-11; ELECT 12-2011, f. &

cert. ef. 7-12-11

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