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The Reports Analysis Division is Now Online!

February 6, 2012

The Reports Analysis Division (RAD) - the FEC division that reviews your campaign finance reports - now has its own home page on the agency's website. This new web page describes the RAD review process and includes frequently asked questions (FAQ's) on reporting issues, Requests for Additional Information (RFAI's) and other RAD processes. The page has been organized by committee type (candidate, party, PAC) to help filers find the resources most relevant to them, all in one place.