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Reporting examples

Reporting examples provide detailed guidance for political committees and other filers about disclosing various types of financial activity. Each page lists the information required for complete and accurate disclosure of a particular transaction with images of example reports, video tutorials and links to electronic filing software user manuals when they are available.

Links to reporting examples also appear within the help for candidates and committees guide for each filer type:

Candidates and their authorized committees


Other receipts


Loans and debts


Joint Fundraising

Political party committees