206.3. The chief electoral officer shall, in particular,
(1) authorize candidates;
(2) verify that the candidates are complying with this chapter;
(3) give directives on the carrying out of this chapter;
(4) receive, examine and, if necessary, audit the reports and returns filed with the Chief Electoral Officer.
The Chief Electoral Officer shall have access to all books, accounts and documents relating to the financial affairs of candidates.
At the request of the Chief Electoral Officer, candidates must provide any information required for the purposes of this chapter within 30 days.
2002, c. 10, s. 80; 2010, c. 35, s. 31; 2011, c. 38, s. 56.