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Switching filing frequency

PACs and some party committees have the option to file reports on a monthly or quarterly filing schedule, and may change their filing frequency one time per year. During a …

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Year-End Reports due January 31

All filers have a Year-End Report due Monday, January 31, covering activity through December 31, 2021. Staff in the Reports Analysis Division and Electronic Filing Office will be available until …

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Cut-off date for Year-End Reports

Committees often ask if they may include funds raised in January in their Year-End Reports. Under Commission regulations, the date of receipt is used for reporting purposes, so committees should …

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‘Tis the season for holiday greetings!

The same disclaimer rules that apply to political committees’ election-related mailings also apply to holiday greeting cards. Any public communication made by a political committee—including communications that do not expressly …

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Getting help from your RAD analyst

As committees prepare for the busy election year, it’s a good time to learn how to identify and contact your committee’s Reports Analysis Division (RAD) Campaign Finance Analyst. Committees can …

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Online SSF solicitations

Many organizations that sponsor a PAC—a separate segregated fund (SSF)—maintain a website to provide information about the committee. If that website includes a solicitation for the SSF, that portion of …

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