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Year-End reporting reminder

All filers have a Year-End Report due Friday, January 31, covering activity through December 31, 2019. Staff in the Reports Analysis Division and Electronic Filing Office will be available until …

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Sending holiday greetings

The same disclaimer rules that apply to election-related mailings also apply to holiday greeting cards, even if they do not solicit funds or contain express advocacy.

If a campaign sends …

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