GELAC

AcronymDefinition
GELACGeneral Election Legal and Accounting Compliance Fund
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Contributions from individuals and partnerships that meet the limitations of federal election law will be divided between Clinton/Gore '96 GELAC (10 percent) and the Democratic National Committee (90 percent).
For an overview of GELAC funds see Anthony Corrado, "Public Funding of Presidential Campaigns," in Anthony Corrado, Thomas E.
62) These figures, which reflect November 2008 FEC filings, do not include related spending, such as GELAC funds or party expenditures.