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While federal employees are still prohibited from seeking public office in partisan elections, most employees are free to work, while off duty, on the partisan campaigns of the candidates of their choice. However, a small group of federal employees are subject to greater restrictions and continue to be prohibited from engaging in partisan political management and partisan political campaigns. The Hatch Act, 5 U.S.C.S. §§ 7321-7326, forbids employees of the United States and its agencies, generally, from politicizing the work place. It assures that federal employees are appointed and promoted according to merit, and that they serve the public equally, regardless of political affiliation."
Inside Hatch Act: 1) Agencies/Employees Prohibited From Engaging in Partisan Political Activity. 2) Fundamental Rights and Hatch Act. 3) Penalties. 4) Permitted/Prohibited Activities for Employees. 5) Persons Covered under the Act. 6) Forms and Guides. 7) Questions and Answers. 8) Attorneys. 9) Sitemap. Another source: Congressional Research Service/Hatch Act, 7/8/14, pdf pages 11. Nonpartisan elections, see pdf pages 3-4.
Note photographs/graphics. Nothing from Koren Motekaitis, "How She Really Does It (Life, weight loss)." Confusion image from Medscape/Megan Brooks, 8/24/14, "Add-on Guanfacine Helpful for Stubborn ADHD."
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