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Quarterly report due July 15th

July 6, 2020

Candidates, PACs and party committees that file quarterly have a report due Wednesday, July 15th covering activity through June 30th. Staff in the Reports Analysis Division (RAD) and Electronic Filing Office will be available until 8:00 p.m. (EDT) on the 15th to answer questions regarding the content and filing of reports. To reach RAD, call 800-424-9530 (press 5) or 202-694-1130. For help with technical issues relating to electronic filing, dial the same toll-free number and press 4 or call 202-694-1307.

Despite the resumption of limited mail operations at the FEC, the processing of campaign finance reports filed on paper may be delayed. As a result, paper filers may receive non-filer notices during this time. Nevertheless, filers should continue to file their reports on time.

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