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Trainings for first-time candidates and party committees

November 12, 2019

On Wednesday, November 20th, the Commission will offer webinars for candidates and party committees:

  • Candidate 101: Getting Started” is intended for first-time federal candidates and campaign staff. This webinar will provide an introduction to the federal campaign finance laws, and will cover topics such as candidate registration, treasurer responsibilities, contribution limits and prohibitions, and basic reporting requirements.
  • Party Activity in the Presidential Election Cycle” is intended for national, state and local party committee treasurers and staff, as well as unregistered local party organizations. This webinar will provide an overview of the campaign finance laws that apply to political party committees, focusing primarily on party support for presidential candidates.

Visit the FEC’s trainings website for more information about these and other training opportunities.