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Special Election Update

February 11, 2013

There are several special elections for House seats in Illinois, South Carolina and Missouri, and a Senate seat in Massachusetts. Candidates in these elections, as well as quarterly-filing political committees that make contributions or expenditures in connection with these elections, must file reports in connection with these elections. Go to for filing dates and more information on special election reporting.