Public Meeting Agenda

18/11/2020

The New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) will hold a public meeting on Thursday, November 19, at 10:00 AM.

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New York City Campaign Finance Board
Public Meeting Agenda
November 19, 2020

 

 1. Approval of Minutes from September 17, 2020
 
 2. Report of the Chair

 3. Report of the Voter Assistance Advisory Committee Chair
 
 4. Report of the Executive Director

 5. Candidate Appearance
  • Christopher Carew (2017)
  • Anthony Herbert (2021)
  • Nicole Malliotakis (2017)
  • Delvis Valdes (2017)
 6. Vote to Go into Deliberations
 
 7. Vote on Penalties
  • Christopher Carew (2017)
  • Nicole Malliotakis (2017)
  • Delvis Valdes (2017)
 8. Vote on Public Funds Payment
  • Nicole Malliotakis (2017)
 9. Vote on Rule 7-09 Petition 
  • Anthony Herbert (2021)
 10. Vote to Ratify General Election Payment
 
 11. Vote to Issue Proposed Rules for Public Comment

 12. Vote to Issue Advisory Opinion 2020-3

 13. Executive Session

 

Candidate
(Election Cycle)
Office Alleged Violation
Christopher Carew
(2017)

Public Funds Received: $0
City Council
(District #41)
1. Failing to provide bank statements
2. Filing a late disclosure statement
3. Failing to demonstrate compliance with reporting requirements for receipts
4. Failing to respond to the Draft Audit Report

 

Candidate
(Election Cycle)
Office Alleged Violation
Nicole Malliotakis
(2017)

Public Funds Received: $2,485,212
Mayor 1. Failing to provide bank statements
2. Failing to report transactions
3. Failing to demonstrate compliance with cash receipts reporting and documentation requirements
4. Failing to report and late reporting of transactions in daily pre-election disclosure statements
5. Failing to document transactions
6. Accepting contributions from corporations, limited liability companies, or partnerships
7. Accepting contributions from unregistered political committees
8. Failing to demonstrate compliance with intermediary reporting and documentation requirements
9. Making cash expenditures greater than $100
10. Failing to demonstrate that spending was in furtherance of the campaign
11. Making impermissible post-election expenditures

 

Candidate
(Election Cycle)
Office Alleged Violation
Delvis Valdes
(2017)

Public Funds Received: $89,076
City Council
(District #38)
1. Failing to document transactions
2. Accepting a contribution from a corporation
3. Failing to demonstrate that spending was in furtherance of the campaign

The agenda is subject to change. Modifications made prior to the meeting may be posted to the agency’s Twitter feed, @NYCCFB. Archived video of this Board meeting will be available at www.nyccfb.info/live.