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Register now for the FECConnect live webinar for political party committees on May 17

May 1, 2017
Registration is now open for the FEC's May 17 webinar on federal campaign finance law for political party committees. Topics to be discussed include fundraising for a party's federal account, candidate support activities, and proper payment and disclosure of party expenses. This will be the only online training opportunity offered by the FEC in 2017 to focus exclusively on political party activities. Register today!