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The Upshur County Republican Executive Committee (Upshur County) and the West Virginia Republican Party (State Party) are not affiliated for purposes of the Federal Election Campaign Act’s (the Act) contribution …Read more
Guy for Congress (the committee), the principal campaign committee of Congressman Guy Reschenthaler, may use campaign funds to purchase and install a special security film on the windows of his …Read more
The Colorado Republican State Central Committee (the committee) and its chair may establish a legal fund to challenge a state law without the funds received and spent constituting contributions or …Read more
U.S. Representative Nanette Diaz Barragán may use campaign funds to pay for certain expenses incurred in connection with events held by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC), including travel expenses for …Read more
After a spinoff, Humana Inc. (Humana) and KAH Hospice Company Inc. (KAH Hospice), and their respective separate segregated funds (SSFs), are no longer affiliated.
In August 2021, Humana acquired …Read more
A Senator’s principal campaign committee may use campaign funds to pay the costs of certain security installations and upgrades to the Senator’s homes to protect against threats arising from his …Read more
DataVault Holdings, Inc. (DataVault) may create and sell nonfungible tokens (NFTs) to political committees for use in fundraising in the ordinary course of its business, at the usual and normal …Read more
DataVault Holdings, Inc. (DataVault) may license its technology to political committees in the ordinary course of its business, for the usual and normal charge, and on the same terms and …Read more
A proposed irrevocable trust to be established by Allen Blue may make contributions to federal candidates and political committees under the indexed contribution limits in effect at the time that …Read more
AO 2022-21: National party may allocate costs of Legal Proceedings Account solicitations that feature candidates
DSCC may pay for television advertisements that feature federal candidates and solicit donations to its Legal Proceedings Account subject to a reasonable cost allocation among the committee’s accounts. The candidate …Read more
AO 2022-20: Text message links to split-it fundraising pages do not constitute in-kind contributions
A principal campaign committee may send short code text messages containing links to split-it fundraising pages without the associated costs amounting to in-kind contributions to the other federal political committees …Read more
AO 2022-12: Hybrid PAC may not provide a petition with supporters’ contact information to an individual testing the waters or to a federal candidate
Ready for Ron (R4R), a hybrid committee that has collected the names and contact information of thousands of potential supporters in a petition encouraging Governor Ron DeSantis (the Governor) to …Read more
AO 2022-19: Text message links to “split-it” fundraising pages do not necessarily trigger joint fundraising rules
Maggie for NH (the committee), the principal campaign committee of Sen. Maggie Hassan, may send short code text messages containing links to "split-it" fundraising pages without triggering joint fundraising rules …Read more
A Senator’s principal campaign committee may use campaign funds to pay the costs of reasonable cybersecurity measures to protect the Senator’s home network without such payments constituting impermissible conversion of …Read more