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10 ILCS 5/9-15

    (10 ILCS 5/9-15) (from Ch. 46, par. 9-15)
    Sec. 9-15. It shall be the duty of the Board-
        (1) to develop prescribed forms for filing statements
    
of organization and required reports;
        (2) to prepare, publish, and furnish to the
    
appropriate persons a manual of instructions setting forth recommended uniform methods of bookkeeping and reporting under this Article;
        (3) to prescribe suitable rules and regulations to
    
carry out the provisions of this Article. Such rules and regulations shall be published and made available to the public;
        (4) to send by first class mail, after the general
    
primary election in even numbered years, to the chair of each regularly constituted State central committee, county central committee and, in counties with a population of more than 3,000,000, to the committeepersons of each township and ward organization of each political party notice of their obligations under this Article, along with a form for filing the statement of organization;
        (5) to promptly make all reports and statements filed
    
under this Article available for public inspection and copying no later than 2 business days after their receipt and to permit copying of any such report or statement at the expense of the person requesting the copy;
        (6) to develop a filing, coding, and cross-indexing
    
system consistent with the purposes of this Article;
        (7) to compile and maintain a list of all statements
    
or parts of statements pertaining to each candidate;
        (8) to prepare and publish such reports as the Board
    
may deem appropriate;
        (9) to annually notify each political committee that
    
has filed a statement of organization with the Board of the filing dates for each quarterly report, provided that such notification shall be made by first-class mail unless the political committee opts to receive notification electronically via email; and
        (10) to promptly send, by first class mail directed
    
only to the officers of a political committee, and by certified mail to the address of the political committee, written notice of any fine or penalty assessed or imposed against the political committee under this Article.
(Source: P.A. 100-1027, eff. 1-1-19.)