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Non-election years

All national party committees file monthly, as do state and local party committees that engage in reportable “Federal Election Activity.”

State and local party committees that don’t engage in reportable Federal Election Activity file semi-annually by default in non-election years but can change filing frequency (for example, from semi-annually to monthly) up to once a calendar year. To change filing frequency, your treasurer must first notify the FEC: