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April Quarterly Report notice for congressional committees, PACs and parties (2020)

Current report due

Report Close of books [1] Reg./cert. & overnight mailing deadline Filing deadline
April Quarterly 03/31/2020 04/15/2020 04/15/2020

Pre- and post-election reports

Congressional committees

The principal campaign committee of any candidate participating in a 2020 state primary, nominating convention or runoff election–even if unopposed–must also file a pre-election report 12 days prior to the primary, nominating convention or runoff. The principal campaign committee of a candidate participating in the general election must file Pre- and Post-General Reports. Separate notices will be sent to explain these additional reporting obligations.

Read supplemental filing information.

PACs and parties

Committees that make contributions or expenditures (including independent expenditures) in connection with an election must also file a pre-election report, if the activity was not previously reported.

Read supplemental filing information.

Reporting schedule for remainder of 2020

Report Close of books [1] Reg./cert. & overnight mailing deadline Filing deadline
July Quarterly 06/30/2020 07/15/2020 07/15/2020
October Quarterly 09/30/2020 10/15/2020 10/15/2020
Pre-General [2] 10/14/2020 10/19/2020 10/22/2020
Post-General 11/23/2020 12/03/2020 12/03/2020
Year-End 12/31/2020 01/31/2021 01/31/2021 [3]

Read supplemental filing information for:


[1] These dates indicate the end of the reporting period. A reporting period always begins the day after the closing date of the last report filed. If the committee is new and has not previously filed a report, the first report must cover all activity that occurred before the committee registered up through the close of books for the first report due.

[2] PACs and parties: required only if committee makes contributions or expenditures in connection with the general election during the reporting period.

Congressional committees: the principal campaign committee of a candidate who participates in the general election must file Pre-and Post-General Reports.

[3] Notice that this filing deadline falls on a weekend or federal holiday. Filing deadlines are not extended when they fall on nonworking days. Accordingly, reports filed by methods other than registered, certified or overnight mail must be received before the Commission's close of business on the last business day before the deadline. Read supplemental filing information [congressional committees] [PACs and parties].