162.1. In the case of a municipality to which Chapter XIII applies, the nomination paper shall be accompanied with a document indicating in detail any publicity expense made by the candidate in relation to the election for which the candidate files a nomination paper, and the name and address of any elector who provided more than $100 and the amount so provided.
For the purposes of the first paragraph, “publicity expense” means any expense made during the period beginning on 1 January of the current year and ending on the day on which the notice of election is published, the purpose of which is the broadcasting by a radio or television station or by a cable distribution enterprise, the publishing in a newspaper or other periodical or the posting in a space leased for that purpose of publicity relating to an election, except an expense the purpose of which is to announce, by any means referred to in this paragraph, a meeting for the selection of a candidate provided that the announcement consists only of the date, time and place of the meeting, the name and visual identification of the party and the names of the persons nominated.
Where the candidate is a member of an authorized party, was a member during the period mentioned in the second paragraph or is the candidate of such a party, the document must also indicate the publicity expenses which the official representative of that party made in respect of the candidate, including the portion attributable to the official representative of joint publicity expenses made by the party.
In the case of an expense made for property or a service used both before and during the period mentioned in the second paragraph, the portion of its cost that is a publicity expense within the meaning of that paragraph shall be determined according to a formula based on the frequency of use during that period in relation to such frequency before and during that period.