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FEC to host Feb. 14-15 Corporate PAC Webinar

January 20, 2023

The FEC will host two days of training for corporations and their political action committees (PACs) in February. Beginners should plan to attend both the Tuesday, February 14 Basics workshop (from 2:00-4:00pm Eastern Time) and the two Corporate PAC Operations sessions on Wednesday, February 15 (from 1:00-4:15pm Eastern Time). Those with more experience may choose to register only for the Corporate PAC Operations workshops. Staff from the FEC’s Information and Reports Analysis Divisions will guide you through the federal campaign finance regulations relevant to corporate PACs, detail different reporting scenarios, discuss communications and methods of supporting candidates, and more. Attendance at this live, interactive training event is limited so register soon to reserve your spot!