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  • Press Release

FEC Announces Weekend and Extended Hours

November 29, 2004

For Immediate Release
November 29, 2004
Contact: Kelly Huff
Bob Biersack
Ian Stirton
George Smaragdis

WASHINGTON --The Federal Election Commission has scheduled weekend and extended hours for the Public Records Office to accommodate press and public seeking review of campaign disclosure.

From December 2 through December 4 the hours are:

Thursday - Friday ......................... 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Saturday................................... 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

  Post-General election reports include financial activity for the period of October 14, 2004 , through November 22, 2004 , and are due by close of business Thursday, December 2, 2000 , if sent by regular mail or hand-delivered. Reports sent via express or priority mail or via overnight delivery service will also be considered timely filed if received by the delivery service by the filing date. Electronically filed reports must be received by midnight, Eastern Time, on the filing date. Senate campaigns file their reports with the Secretary of the Senate, who then forwards the reports to the FEC. Presidential, House, PAC, and party committees file their reports with the FEC.

  Digital images of campaign finance reports are available on the FEC Website, . All reports filed by PACs, political parties, Presidential, Senate, and House campaigns are available for viewing on the Web within 48 hours of the reports being received by the FEC.

    The Public Records Office accepts most major credit cards as method of payment for copying documents and deposits for Public Records accounts. The telephone number for the Public Records Office is (202) 694-1120, or toll-free (800) 424-9530 (option #2). The FAXline number is (202) 501-3413.

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