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4 Pa. Code § 7.158. Political activity.

§ 7.158. Political activity.

 No employe, appointee or official in the Executive Branch of the Commonwealth may:

   (1)  Engage in any political activity such as campaigning, fundraising, canvassing or poll watching during his specified working hours, or which is determined by the Secretary of Administration to conflict or interfere with the ability of the affected official or employe to effectively and efficiently carry out the duties and functions of his position.

   (2)  In any manner coerce another person in government service or employ to contribute time, money or services to a political candidate or campaign.


   The provisions of this §  7.158 amended by Executive Order No. 1980-18, dated and effective May 16, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 2036. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (55488).

Cross References

   This section cited in 4 Pa. Code §  7.159 (relating to enforcement).

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