Article - Election Law
(a) This section applies to a spin or chance on a paddle wheel or wheel of fortune or a raffle that is authorized under the laws of this State to operate at a campaign fund–raising event.
(b) Except as provided in § 13–304(c) of this title, but notwithstanding § 13–239 of this subtitle or any other law that prohibits an anonymous contribution, a political committee may accept contributions received from the sale of a spin or chance or a raffle ticket, and need not identify the individual contributor on its campaign finance reports, if:
(1) the account book of the political committee includes:
(i) the net amount received by the political committee from the raffle, spin, or chance at the fundraising event at which the sale was made; and
(ii) the name and address of each person who attended the event;
(2) no spin or chance is sold at the event for more than $2;
(3) the net income of the sponsoring political committee from spins and chances at the event does not exceed $1,500 in a 24–hour period;
(4) the total receipts of the sponsoring political committee from spins and chances in that election do not exceed $2,500;
(5) a raffle is conducted in accordance with § 12–106(b) of the Criminal Law Article; and
(6) the political committee includes on its campaign finance report:
(i) a lump sum contribution of the net amount received by the political committee from the raffle, spin, or chance at the fundraising event; and
(ii) the total number of persons purchasing a raffle ticket, spin, or chance at the event.
(c) If a political committee raises funds in excess of a limit specified in this section, the political committee shall:
(1) donate the excess to a charity of its choice; or
(2) identify in its account book the amount received from each individual who purchased a spin or chance.
(d) The State Board shall adopt regulations to implement this section.