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July Quarterly/Mid-Year reporting reminder (2011)

July 11, 2011

Campaign committees filing on a quarterly filing schedule must file the July Quarterly report, due Friday, July 15 and covering activity through June 30. PACs and party committees that filed on a quarterly basis in 2010 are reminded that because it is a non-election year, they do not file the July Quarterly report. Instead, all PACs and party committees not filing monthly must file a Mid-Year report due Sunday, July 31. The FEC’s Reports Analysis Division (RAD) and Electronic Filing Office will be open until 8:00 p.m. (EDT) on both Friday, July 15, and Friday, July 29, to help committees complete and file their reports. RAD analysts will be available to answer committees’ questions on reporting specific transactions, and E-Filing staff will also be on hand to address any technical issues filers may encounter. To reach these offices, call 1-800/424-9530 and press 4 for the E-Filing Office or press 5 for RAD. Locally, call RAD at (202) 694-1130 and the E-Filing Office at (202) 694-1307.