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Register Now for the FEC’s Public Forum on Website Improvement in One Week
The FEC’s Public Forum on Website Improvement is scheduled for September 17, 2014 at the FEC’s headquarters in Washington, DC. The Forum will provide an opportunity for individuals who use the FEC website to share their experiences and make recommendations for ways to improve the website’s presentation and design. Read more...
Independence Institute v. FEC
On September 2, 2014, the Independence Institute filed suit against the Commission in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, challenging the statutory provisions governing electioneering communications. Specifically, the plaintiff claims the definition of electioneering communication is overbroad and the associated disclosure requirements are unconstitutionally burdensome. Read more ...
FEC Cites Committee in Massachusetts for Failure to File 12-Day
The Federal Election Commission cited a campaign committee today for failing to file the 12-Day Pre-Primary Election Report required by the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended (the Act), for the Massachusetts primary being held on September 9, 2014. Read more...
FEC to Host Reporting and FECFile Workshops
The Commission will offer reporting and FECFile workshops next month to help filers prepare for the busy pre-election filing period. The workshops for candidates will be offered online only and will be held on Wednesday, October 1. The sessions for PACs and party committees will be held on Wednesday, October 8, both at the Commission and online as a webinar for those who cannot attend in person. Read more...
FECA Moves from Title 2 to Title 52 of the US
Effective September 1, 2014, the Federal Election Campaign Act (currently 2 U.S.C. §431 et seq) will be consolidated with other laws governing voting and elections in the new title 52 of the United States Code. Initiated by the Office of Law Revision Counsel to the United States House of Representatives (OLRC), the reorganization will renumber code sections, but will not otherwise alter the existing laws. Read more...
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