Can campaigns send event invitations to employees at their City work addresses?
Delivery of postal mail is protected by federal law, so City employees may not interfere with it. However, since employees are prohibited by State and City laws from using City resources–including fax and e-mail–for campaign purposes, they should not give their work addresses to campaigns, and should discourage their use by campaign committees. • The City owns meeting spaces that are available to the public for use. Can campaigns also use those spaces? Answer: Yes. If City facilities are available to the public for use, then candidates and ballot issue committees must have the same access to those facilities and under the same terms that the public does. If a department has interest in a ballot measure and allows a group that supports the ballot measure to use its public space, it must also allow a group that has the opposite position to use the space. This does not mean that if one group asks to use the facility, the department must try to find the opposing side. The City is only re
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- Can campaigns send event invitations to employees at their City work addresses?