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Responding to RFAIs

FEC Campaign Finance Analysts send Requests for Additional Information (RFAIs) when they need clarification or identify an error, omission or possible prohibited activity on a committee’s report. If you receive …

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Contributions to retire debts

If a campaign committee has net debts outstanding after an election is over, it may raise contributions to retire the debt provided that:

  • The contribution is designated for that election …
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April quarterly report due

Quarterly filers have a report due Wednesday, April 15, covering activity from the close of books of their last report through March 31. Staff in the Reports Analysis Division and …

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