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Upcoming webinars on independent expenditures

February 14, 2022

The Commission will host two webinars in March to review the rules and reporting requirements for political committees—including Super PACs and Hybrid PACs—individuals and organizations that make independent expenditures.

The first session—scheduled for March 9—is nearing capacity, so we’ve added a second session on March 16. During these live interactive training events, FEC staff from the Reports Analysis and Information Divisions will discuss the rules governing these unlimited express advocacy communications, explore different scenarios and their associated reporting requirements, and answer your questions. Space is limited, so register today to reserve your spot!