Article - Election Law
(a) After filing a notice of intent to qualify for a public contribution under this title, a gubernatorial ticket or a person acting on behalf of the gubernatorial ticket may not, for the benefit of any political committee or any person required to register with the State Board under § 13–306 or § 13–307 of this article or for a participating organization organized under § 13–309.2 of this article:
(1) solicit contributions, including the authorized use of the names or images of the gubernatorial ticket in the solicitation; or
(2) operate in coordination with any entity for fundraising activities.
(b) After filing a notice of intent to qualify for a public contribution under this title, the members of a gubernatorial ticket may not be a member of a slate that does not receive a public contribution.
(c) Until a final campaign finance report is filed with the State Board and any remaining funds of the public contribution distributed to a gubernatorial ticket are repaid to the Comptroller for redeposit in the Fund in accordance with § 15–107 of this subtitle, any authorized candidate campaign committee organized under Title 13 of this article on behalf of the members of a gubernatorial ticket may not engage in campaign finance activity.