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Back to school with the FEC

September 3, 2019

Register today for the FEC's October 29-30 regional conference in San Diego, CA. Intended for campaigns, corporate/labor/trade PACs, and state and local party committees, this conference will offer workshops on fundraising, reporting and communications. The workshops will focus on best practices and ways to avoid compliance problems, and will provide updates on the latest developments in campaign finance law. Register by September 27 to take advantage of our early registration discount!

For more information about this and other training opportunities, please visit our trainings web page.