FEC Chairman Lee E. Goodman and Vice Chair Ann M. Ravel to Host Public Forum
on Website Improvement
The Federal Election Commission has launched an extensive effort to improve the Commission’s website by enhancing the public’s access to and the delivery of campaign finance data. In partnership with 18F, a newly formed organization within the General Services Administration (GSA), the FEC is in the process of creating an agile, navigable, intuitive, user-based online platform to better deliver campaign finance information to all of our users.
A key part of this effort is to hear from FEC website users and the public directly. As Chairman and Vice Chair, we invite you to join us on September 17, 2014 for an informal public forum to discuss the website. Read more...
Reporting Campaign Debt
This article answers common questions about reporting campaign debt. The Federal Election Campaign Act (the Act) and Commission regulations require committees to report debts and obligations continuously if they exceed $500 or have been outstanding 60 days or more. Read more...
Roundtable on Pre-Election Communications
On Thursday, August 21, 2014, from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm EDT, the Commission will host a roundtable workshop to review the rules and reporting requirements for specific types of pre-election communications, including: electioneering communications, independent expenditures and coordinated communications. Read more ...
Updated Candidate Guide Now Available
The 2014 Campaign Guide for Congressional Candidates and Committees is now available on the Commission’s website. Read more ...
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