corey at sequestered.net
Mon Aug 24 17:28:03 UTC 2015
As with most questions of law, "it depends." The IRS states (at
that taking a political position, directly or indirectly, isn't permitted.
http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-tege/501c3_polcampfaqs.pdf gives more insight.
Try this litmus test: if you want to have a Sanders meeting in Church,
would I be permitted the day before to have a Trump meeting in Turing? If
not, then this shouldn't be permitted unless we want to jeopardize
Noisebridge's tax exempt status.
On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 9:54 AM, girlgeek <girlgeek at live.com> wrote:
> A small group of volunteers for Bernie Sanders would like to meet in
> Church or Turing when it is not otherwise in use. Does anyone know, is
> there anything in our 501c3 rules (or other rules) that applies for
> political campaigns? We wouldn't be doing any fundraising.
> Just figuring out what we are doing among volunteers.
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> Noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net
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