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The Georgia General Assembly enacted the Government Act (O.C.G.A. Section 21-5-1 et seq.) in 1986. The intent of the Act is to protect the integrity of the democratic process and to ensure fair elections with the public disclosure of campaign financing and significant private interests of public officers and candidates for public office.

The Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission was created effective March 1, 1987, as the successor to the State Campaign and Financial Disclosure Commission. The General Assembly created the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission to enforce the Ethics in Government Act objectively and on a non-partisan basis. Legislation enacted by the 1992 General Assembly placed the responsibility of lobbyist registration and disclosure of expenditures with the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission. Additionally, in 1996 the General Assembly enacted the Vendor Disclosure Law of 1996 (O.C.G.A. Section 45-1-6) and placed responsibility for enforcement with the Commission.

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