Hyattsville campaign finance: Tougher penalties proposed – along with exemptions


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

Ward Two Hyattsville City Councilor Shani Warner.

As a municipal election looms in 2019 for Hyattsville, city officials there are considering a number of changes to its city election laws to eliminate confusion over campaign finance regulations and institute enforceable penalties for infractions. Notably, the revisions would impose steep fines on candidates who miss campaign finance reporting...
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