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  • FEC Record: Outreach

Online tool helps committees contact their RAD analyst

November 8, 2017

The Commission launched a web portal that offers political committees a new way to get reporting help from their assigned Campaign Finance Analyst in the FEC’s Reports Analysis Division (RAD).

Using the new portal, committee representatives can look up their analyst’s contact information or electronically send questions about filing campaign finance reports. The analyst will email a response, usually within one to three business days.

The video below illustrates how the new portal works.

In addition to the portal, committees may continue to contact their analyst by phone at 800-424-9530 (select option 5) or (202) 694-1130.  The Commission encourages committees to continue contacting RAD by phone for time-sensitive inquiries.

  • Author 
    • Dorothy Yeager
    • Sr. Communications Specialist