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Disclaimer examples available

May 22, 2023

Public communications made by political committees require a disclaimer. Whether you’re a federal campaign paying for an ad or a PAC making an independent expenditure, the FEC has helpful examples of how to apply the relevant disclaimer requirements to different types of communications. Consult our page on advertising and disclaimers for more information.