September 10, 2019 •
FEC Seeks Comments on National Party Committee Segregated Accounts
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is seeking public comments on proposals for rules requiring national party committees to report receipts and disbursements for their segregated accounts. These comments must be submitted on or before October 28, 2019. A petition filed […]
The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is seeking public comments on proposals for rules requiring national party committees to report receipts and disbursements for their segregated accounts.
These comments must be submitted on or before October 28, 2019.
A petition filed by the Campaign Legal Center and the Center for Responsive Politics made a request to the FEC.
The request stated the national party committees report their receipts to and disbursements from the accounts in “inconsistent and insufficient ways,” making the public unable to clearly determine the amounts of money received and disbursed from the segregated accounts.
The notice of availability for the submission of public comments was issued in the August 28 Federal Register.
September 16, 2011 •
Highlighted Site of the Week – Get Local!
A local political contributions tracker from the Center for Responsive Politics
This week’s Highlighted Site of the Week is the political contributions database on OpenSecrets.org. The Get local! tracker provides charts, lists, and interactive maps for searches by state or even down to the zip code level.
According to the site, “These profiles can show you who’s making the big political contributions in your state, as well as where the money’s coming from (by city, by zip code, and graphically with our “money maps”). You’ll also find links to a money profile of your senators and representative, with a detailed look at where their campaign warchest came from.”
Each search provides a summary of political contributions, from which you can drill down to top contributors, top recipients, and presidential campaign contributions. You can also search representatives from your own, or other Congressional Districts. You can also find search results for previous election cycles.
A big thank you goes to State and Federal Communications Research Associate Sarah Kovit for finding this Highlighted Site.
Photo of the U.S. Capitol with the flag by Florian Hirzinger on Wikipedia.
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