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  • Tips for Treasurers

Keep Your Contact Information Up to Date

December 18, 2006

The FEC will stop sending reporting reminders and other courtesy mailings via paper starting January 1.  Instead, all reminders will be sent by e-mail to the address listed on your committee’s Statement of Organization (FEC Form 1).  The Commission recently sent letters to every treasurer to advise them of this change. The letters also listed the e-mail address currently on record for the committee. To confirm your committee’s address, please check your filings online.  If your e-mail address is incorrect, or if you have not previously provided one, please amend your Form 1.  To do so, paper filers may use FEC Form 1 [PDF][Instructions] or write a letter with the information that has changed (please be sure to include your committee’s FEC ID number).  Electronic filers must amend their information electronically by sending a new Form 1 to the FEC.  Your filing software should be able to generate Form 1; for more assistance, contact the tech support number for your software vendor.  FECFile users may call 1-800/424-9530 (extension 1307) for technical assistance.  Next week: How to find out about FEC training opportunities.