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Candidate endorsements

At this point in the election cycle, candidates often begin to endorse other candidates in public communications. A public communication in which a federal candidate endorses another candidate is not …

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Updated FEC Form 1 now available

Filers can now check a box on the Statement or Organization (FEC Form 1) to register an independent expenditure-only committee (Super PAC) or committee that maintains a non-contribution account (Hybrid …

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Election cycles and aggregation

When registering with the FEC, federal candidates must identify the election cycle in which they’re running. An election cycle begins the day after the previous general election for a given …

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