Article - Election Law
(a) This section applies to a political committee other than a political club.
(b) A political committee shall provide, with the filing required by § 13-207(c) of this subtitle, a statement of organization that includes its name and a statement of purpose.
(c) The statement of purpose shall specify:
(1) each candidate or ballot question, if any, that the political committee was formed to promote or defeat;
(2) the identity of each special interest, including any business or occupation, that the organizers of or contributors to the political committee have in common; and
(3) whether the political committee will participate in presidential, gubernatorial, Baltimore City, or multiple elections.
(d) (1) A political committee may not use a name that is intended or operates to deceive people as to the political committee’s true nature or character.
(2) A political committee established by and for a single candidate shall disclose within the political committee’s name the name of the candidate.
(3) A political committee sponsored by or affiliated with another entity or group shall identify within the political committee’s name the other entity or group.
(e) A change in the information reported under this section shall be disclosed in the campaign finance report next filed by the political committee.