North Carolina Passes New Requirements for Federal PACs Contributing to State Candidates and Committees - State and Federal Communications

July 8, 2024  •  

North Carolina Passes New Requirements for Federal PACs Contributing to State Candidates and Committees

North Carolina State Legislative Building

House Bill 237 passed by a legislative override after being vetoed by Gov. Cooper.

The bill changes registration and reporting requirements for federal PACs contributing in state elections.

Federal PACs may now file a copy of the FEC Statement of Organization within 10 days of making a permissible contribution.

Federal PACs now report by filing with the State Board a copy of the FEC report for any federal filing period during which the federal PAC makes a contribution within 10 calendar days of the federal filing.

Submitting these reports can be done either through mail or email.

Previously, federal PACs were required to register and report using state forms and on state reporting schedules.

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