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FEC Notify now available

July 8, 2019

FEC Notify (Envelope)

Every committee registered with the FEC has a report due this month—either a July 15 Quarterly, a July 20 Monthly or a July 31 Mid-Year. If you’d like to know when a particular committee files its report, our new FEC Notify system will email you when the agency receives it. Launched as a beta version in April 2019, FEC Notify emails subscribers every time the candidates, party committees, and PACs they choose file a new or amended electronic filing. The Commission plans to introduce new features later this year, including notifications for paper filings and the addition of a “Watch List” that will allow subscribers to enter the name of a potential candidate or committee that is not currently registered with the agency. Once that entity registers, the subscriber will be notified by email.