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Upcoming OnTopic discussions

July 18, 2022

The Commission will host two upcoming informal discussions to help the public understand and comply with federal campaign finance rules. The July 27 OnTopic discussion will focus on when and how to file 24- and 48-Hour Reports of independent expenditures. On September 14, FEC staff will host a training event to help attendees better navigate the FEC’s website. These live, interactive sessions are 30 minutes and held via Zoom Meeting. Registration is free, but space is limited to encourage discussion and questions.