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  • NJ A4520
  • Requires candidates for President and Vice-President of United States to disclose federal income tax returns to appear on ballot; prohibits Electoral College electors from voting for candidates who fail to file income tax returns.*
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2016-2017 Regular Session
This bill requires candidates for President and Vice-President of the United States to submit their federal income tax returns to the Division of Elections in the Department of State for at least the five most recent taxable years for which the candidate has filed such a return with the Internal Revenue Service. Under the bill, each candidate would also submit written consent to the division for the public disclosure of the income tax returns. The bill requires a candidate for President or Vice-President of the United States to file the income tax returns and written consent for disclosure with the division no later than 50 days before the general election. The division would then post the income tax returns on its Internet website no later than seven days after the candidate has filed the income tax returns with the division. The bill requires the division, in consultation with the Attorney General, to redact any information contained in the income tax returns that the division deems necessary before the division posts the income tax returns on its website.
Judiciary, 2nd Reading in the Assembly, Substituted by another Bill
Substituted by S3048  (on 3/16/2017)
Date Chamber Action Description
3/16/2017 A Substituted by S3048
2/13/2017 A Reported out of Assembly Comm. with Amendments, 2nd Reading
2/13/2017 Assembly Judiciary Hearing (19:00 2/13/2017 A4329 (McKeon)-Allows certain emergency squad volunteers holding)
1/23/2017 A Introduced, Referred to Assembly Judiciary Committee
Date Motion Yea Nay Other
Detail 2/13/2017 Assembly Judiciary Committee: Reported with Amendments 5 2 0