California Government Code Section 84501
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84501. (a) "Advertisement" means any general or public
advertisement which is authorized and paid for by a person or
committee for the purpose of supporting or opposing a candidate for
elective office or a ballot measure or ballot measures.
(b) "Advertisement" does not include a communication from an
organization other than a political party to its members, a campaign
button smaller than 10 inches in diameter, a bumper sticker smaller
than 60 square inches, or other advertisement as determined by
regulations of the commission.
Last modified: February 22, 2013