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October reporting reminder (2020)

Committees must file the following reports in October:

  • All authorized committees of House and Senate candidates must file a quarterly report by October 15, 2020. The report covers financial activity …
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Got primary debt?

Did you know that a campaign committee may be able to accept additional contributions after an election to retire campaign debt?

If a campaign committee has net debts outstanding after …

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Party GOTV activity is FEA

Party committees conducting get-out-the-vote (GOTV) activity now should be aware that such activity is considered to be federal election activity (FEA) under the Act. As such, it must be paid …

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