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In October, Paua was sent to Southern Luzon to personally solicit an additional two hundred twenty thousand of silver pesos for the coffers of the Revolution.
As former Chief Justices who have observed countless elections in our own States, and run as candidates for judicial office, we are well-acquainted with the genuine dangers - and sometimes actual abuse - present when judicial candidates personally solicit campaign contributions from parties and lawyers," they wrote.
In addition, Atlanta has a buyer service department that calls key buyers to personally solicit their attendance and help them make their hotel room reservations.
We have identified what we consider to be our top donor accounts and also new account opportunities,'' said Rimm, adding that each of the organization's 40 board members will be asked to personally solicit two new donors.
White House officials conducted the 1996 campaign amid a climate of internal fear over their ability to raise record-setting sums of money, a fear that led to recommendations that President Clinton personally solicit contributions by telephone and sent him on a constant cross-country dash in pursuit of cash, according to documents released Wednesday.
11th Circuit's opinion) now only encourages candidates to establish campaign committees to manage expenditures, but affirms that "judicial candidates are free to personally solicit campaign contributions and publicly stated support.
Canon 7C(1) of the Code of Judicial Conduct specifies that judicial candidates for seats "filled by public election between competing candidates shall not personally solicit campaign funds.
1) A candidate, including an incumbent judge, for a judicial office that is filled by public election between competing candidates shall not personally solicit campaign funds, or solicit attorneys for publicly stated support, but may establish committees of responsible persons to secure and manage the expenditure of funds for the candidate's campaign and to obtain public statements of support for his or her candidacy.
The panel noted it is making no recommendation, except to suggest that the court solicit comment regarding Weaver and possible amendment of Canon 7C(1) to provide that: "A candidate, including an incumbent judge, for a judicial office that is filled by public election between competing candidates shall not personally solicit campaign funds, or solicit attorneys for publicly stated support, but may establish committees of responsible persons to secure and manage the expenditure of funds for the candidate's campaign and to obtain public statements of support for his or her candidacy.