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Results for “super pac”

Advisory opinions

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The advisory opinion search feature includes all FEC advisory opinions (AOs) to date. You can search all FEC AOs using keywords, AO numbers, names of requestors and more. For additional search filters, you can still search AOs using our legacy AO search.

AO 2020-03: McCutcheon

Summary: Contribution by authorized political committee of self-funded candidate to national political party committee.

AO 2019-15: NORPAC

Summary: NORPAC, a political action committee, asks whether it may deduct a percentage fee from earmarked contributions that it forwards in order to reimburse its own solicitation and administrative costs.

AO 2019-11: Pro-Life Democratic Candidate PAC

Summary: Draft fund with contributions earmarked for pro-life candidates.

Closed Matters Under Review

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The MUR search feature includes all cases dating back to 1977. You can search all closed FEC MURs using keywords, MUR numbers, names of respondents and more. For additional search filters, you can still search MURs using our legacy FEC Enforcement Query System.


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