What are allowable election campaign expenses?
Allowable expenses are the actual personal expenses of the candidate, the cost of acquiring premises, accommodation, goods or services used for proper election campaign expenses, payments for the cost of printing and advertising, reasonable payment to any person for the hire of transportation used by a candidate or speakers in travelling to and from public meetings or by any person in connection with and for the proper purposes of an election.
See section 118 of the Local Authorities Election Act.

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1. What are the duties of an Official Agent? Is an Official Agent required?
2. I have received an anonymous donation. How do I account for this?
3. What are the residency requirements for candidates?
4. Can a candidate put up campaign signage prior to Nomination Day?
5. Do I have to fill out a Notice of Intent?
6. Can I fax or email my nomination paper?
7. Do I get my nomination deposit back?
8. How many signatures are required on my nomination papers?
9. I’m not around on nomination day. Can I file my nomination papers earlier?
10. Is it possible to withdraw my nomination?
11. What are allowable election campaign expenses?
12. Are you allowed to campaign inside, outside or near a voting station on election day?