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Reporting dates for 2020 now available

January 6, 2020

The Commission has posted the reporting dates for 2020, including the monthly and quarterly filing schedules, the pre-election reporting deadlines for all 50 states, and the dates for pre-and post-general election reports. Additional information regarding independent expenditures, coordinated communications, electioneering communications and FEA is also available. For a concise summary, see our Record article, “Reports due in 2020.”