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FEC to host party webinar on April 22

April 17, 2020

It’s not too late to sign up for the FEC’s April 22nd webinar for political party committees.

FEC staff will conduct several technical workshops on the federal campaign finance laws affecting party committees. Beginners are encouraged to attend the morning presentation on the basics of the law and the party operations workshops in the afternoon. Those more experienced in campaign finance laws have the option to attend only the afternoon sessions. Register today!