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FECConnect webinar for trade associations and their PACs

April 8, 2019

On Wednesday, April 24, Commission staff will conduct online workshops for trade associations and their PACs. Beginners are encouraged to attend both the morning presentation on the basics of the law and the two PAC operations workshops in the afternoon. Those more experienced in campaign finance laws have the option to attend only the afternoon sessions. For registration information, please visit the FEC’s trainings website.