May I appoint an assistant treasurer?

Yes. An assistant treasurer, if so designated on the Form 410, Statement of Organization, is authorized to act on behalf of the treasurer in his or her absence.

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1. Is there a filing fee involved in my candidacy?
2. May I sign my own Nomination Paper?
3. What happens if some of the signatures I obtain on my nomination papers are not registered voters or do not live within the City?
4. What if I change my mind about being a candidate after filing nomination papers?
5. How soon will a list of qualified candidates be available after the close of the nomination period?
6. May I change or correct my Candidate’s Statement after it has been submitted?
7. If I submit a Candidate’s Statement, and I change my mind, may I withdraw the statement?
8. Must I form a campaign committee?
9. May I be the treasurer of my own campaign committee?
10. May I appoint an assistant treasurer?
11. Does the City of Arroyo Grande have campaign contribution limits?
12. What happens if either my treasurer or I forget to sign a campaign disclosure statement?
13. If I realize that a mistake has been made on a signed campaign disclosure statement that has already been submitted to the City Clerk, can I get it back and make the correction?
14. When will the official results of the election be received and certified?
15. How often does the City Council meet?