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  • FEC Record: Advisory opinions

Pending advisory opinion requests as of August 31, 2019

September 3, 2019

Advisory opinion requests (AORs) pending before the Commission as of the end of the month are listed. Procedures for commenting on pending AORs are described here.

  • AOR 2019-17
    Application of media exemption (Government Accountability Institute; received August 19, 2019)
  • AOR 2019-16
    Nonauthorized committee use of abbreviation of candidate's name (Phil Shemanski; received August 21, 2019)
  • AOR 2019-15
    Deduction by PAC of a percentage fee from earmarked contributions that it forwards in order to reimburse its own solicitation and administrative costs (NORPAC; received August 8, 2019)


  • Author 
    • Dorothy Yeager
    • Sr. Communications Specialist