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  • FEC Record: Advisory opinions

Pending advisory opinion requests as of May 31, 2022

June 3, 2022

Advisory opinion requests (AORs) pending before the Commission as of the end of the month are listed. Procedures for commenting on pending AORs are described here.

  • AOR 2022-03
    Use of LLC’s web platform by corporations to solicit and track contributions to federal candidates and political committees. (Democracy Engine; received April 1, 2022.)
  • AOR 2022-04
    Payment of administrative fines and repayments to the U.S. Treasury by the principal campaign committee of a publicly financed candidate. (Jill Stein for President; received March 14, 2022.)
  • AOR 2022-05
    Allocation of research expenses between national party committee and candidates' authorized committees. (DSCC; received March 31, 2022.)
  • AOR 2022-06
    Affiliation of nonconnected committee with Congressional leadership PACs. (Hispanic Leadership Trust; received April 19, 2022.)
  • AOR 2022-07
    Use of campaign funds to pay for childcare expenses. (Rep. Eric Swalwell and Swalwell for Congress; received May 26, 2022.)
  • AOR 2022-08
    Contribution limits for campaigns with moved primaries. (NRCC; received May 26, 2022.)


  • Author 
    • Paul Stoetzer
    • Sr. Communications Specialist