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  • Locating, downloading and exporting raw data files (.FEC Files)

    https://www.fec.gov/introduction-campaign-finance/data-tutorials/

    Locating, downloading and exporting raw data files (.FEC Files) This tutorial...download and use .FEC files, the agency's raw data files containing campaign finance

  • Introduction to campaign finance and elections

    https://www.fec.gov/introduction-campaign-finance/

    Introduction to campaign finance and elections This page was created for members...candidates Researching campaign finance data and the FEC Election and voting information

  • FEC v. Political Contributions Data

    https://www.fec.gov/legal-resources/court-cases/fec-v-political-contributions-data/

    ...FEC v. Political Contributions Data Summary Summary On August 21, 1991, the...ruled that Political Contributions Data, Inc., did not violate 2 U.S.C. §438(a)(4)

  • Rebuilding a data file

    https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/filing-reports/rebuilding-data-file/

    Rebuilding a data file To rebuild a .dcf file or compile lost data using previously...previously upload reports, follow these steps to use the importing function in FECFile:

  • How to research public records

    https://www.fec.gov/introduction-campaign-finance/how-to-research-public-records/

    ...records Learn how candidates and committees raise and spend money in federal elections...elections. A wide range of campaign finance documents and other resources are available

  • Mission and history

    https://www.fec.gov/about/mission-and-history/

    Mission and history The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is the independent...administering and enforcing the federal campaign finance law. The FEC has jurisdiction

  • Request for Additional Information (RFAI)

    https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/request-additional-information/

    ...opportunity to correct or explain report information for the public record....You receive an RFAI when an FEC Campaign Finance Analyst needs additional clarification...opportunity to correct or explain report information for the public record....You receive an RFAI when an FEC Campaign Finance Analyst needs additional clarification

  • Filing candidate reports

    https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/filing-reports/

    Filing candidate reports After registration, authorized committees file regularly...the FEC. Those reports are made available in the campaign finance data section

  • Filing SSF reports

    https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/filing-ssf-reports/

    Filing SSF reports After registration, SSFs file regularly with the FEC. Those reports...reports are made available in the campaign finance data section of this website

  • Filing PAC reports

    https://www.fec.gov/help-candidates-and-committees/filing-pac-reports/

    Filing PAC reports After registration, nonconnected committees file regularly...the FEC. Those reports are made available in the campaign finance data section

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