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MEMBERS PRESENT: Dudley Cruea, Chairman of the Indiana Election Commission (IEC), Anthony Long, Vice Chairman of the IEC, Butch Morgan and Joseph M. Perkins, Jr.
MEMBERS ABSENT: None
STAFF ATTENDING: Spencer Valentine, Co-Director, Election Division, Office of the Indiana Secretary of State ("Election Division"); Candy Marendt, Co-Director, Election Division; Kristi Robertson, Co-General Counsel, IEC and Election Division; and Dale Simmons, Co-General Counsel, IEC and Election Division.
1. CALL TO ORDER
The chair called the January 9, 2001 meeting of the Indiana Election Commission to order at the Hyatt Regency, Grand Ballroom I, One South Capitol, Indianapolis, Indiana. He noted that proper notice of the meeting had been given, as required by state law, and that all four of the Commission members were present.
Copies of the meeting notice and agenda are incorporated by reference in these minutes. [Copies of all documents incorporated by reference are available for public inspection and copying at the Election Division office.]
2. CAMPAIGN FINANCE ENFORCEMENT
The chair recognized Ms. Robertson who stated that staff had prepared campaign finance orders 2000-170 through 2000-212. These orders reflect the Commissions' actions at the December 6, 2000 meeting regarding campaign finance penalties. Ms. Robertson stated that these orders were ready for adoption at the pleasure of the Commission.
Mr. Long moved, seconded by Mr. Perkins, that Orders 2000-170 through 2000-212 be approved by the Commission. There being no discussion, the chair called the question, and declared that with four members voting "aye" (Mr. Cruea, Mr. Long, Mr. Morgan and Mr. Perkins), and no member voting "nay", the motion was adopted and thereafter the members of the Commission executed said orders. Said orders are incorporated into these minutes by reference.
3. OTHER BUSINESS AND ADJOURNMENT
The chair asked if there was further business to come before the Commission. There being no response, Mr. Morgan moved, seconded by Mr. Long, that the Commission adjourn. There being no further discussion, the chair called the question, and declared that with four members voting "aye" (Mr. Cruea, Mr. Long, Mr. Morgan and Mr. Perkins), and no member voting "nay", the motion was adopted. The Commission then adjourned at 8:50 a.m.