Public Comments: Use of the Internet for Campaign Activity

On October 3, 2001, the Commission issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Use of the Internet for Campaign Activity. For more information on this rulemaking go to the searchable electronic rulemaking system. These documents are in PDF format which requires the free Acrobat Reader available from Adobe Systems.

Comments on This Rulemaking

AFL-CIO Alliance for Justice American Medical Association
Brian C. Anderson
Long Beach, CA
California and Nevada Credit Leagues Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic
Faiyaz A. Dean
Seattle, WA
Cleta Mitchell, Esq. Internal Revenue Service
Jim Bryant
Overlook Park, KS
Jonathan P. Ditchter
Seattle, WA
James Madison Center for Free Speech
Michigan Department of State National Association of Business Political Action Committees National Republican Senatorial Committee
National Rifle Association of America, Inc. OMB Watch Perkins Coie LLP Political Law Group
Richard J. Bogue
Richton Park, IL
Tanya L. Carley
Seattle, WA
Chamber of Commerce of the United States

Late Comments on This Rulemaking

Republican National Committee Robert E. Rutkowski
Topeka, KS
Cuna & Affiliates

Comments on Notice of Inquiry

The Commission also has received more than 1,200 comments regarding our Notice of Inquiry [11/5/1999] on this subject. The vast majority of these were received electronically, and these electronic comments can be downloaded here.

Download Electronic Comments (zip file)

In addition, some comments were received on paper, and they can be viewed below in PDF format

AFL-CIO Common Cause 2 Martin Meyer
Alliance for Justice CT State Elections Commission Christopher McGrath
Carlos Alvarez CT State Elections Commission 2 Groups
Perkins Coie CUNA Republican National Committee
Capitol Advantage CUNA 2 Sullivan and Mitchell


econtributor.com Tech Law Journal
California Voter Foundation Harmon,Curran,Spielberg, and Eisenberg Treasury Department
Center for Democracy & Technology Harmon,Curran,Spielberg, and Eisenberg 2 voter.com
Common Cause James Madison Center for Free Speech voter.com 2