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Requests for Legal Consideration by Commission

 

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Requests for Legal Consideration by Commission

(Shown in reverse chronological order)

Requestor
Election Cycle
Subject Matter Citations
Original Request
[PDF]
OGC Memorandum with Recommendation [PDF]
Vote Certification [PDF]
Other Documents [PDF]
David Vitter for U.S. Senate
(FEC ID# C00394593)
2016 The requirement to refund general election contributions for a candidate who withdrew before the last day to qualify for the general election ballot in a state that holds an open primary election

52 U.S.C. §§ 30116(a)(1)(A) and 30101(1)(A)

11 CFR 102.9(e);
11 CFR 100.2;
11 CFR 110.1(b);
11 CFR 110.1(j)(1)

 
Cantor for Congress (FEC ID#C00355461)
2014 The requirement for a candidate, who lost in the primary, to refund general election contributions if the contributions were spent on advance payments to vendors in anticipation that the candidate would participate in the general election 52 U.S.C. §§ 30116(a)(1)(A) and 30101(1)(A)

11 CFR 102.9(e);
11 CFR 100.2;
11 CFR 110.1(b)(1);
11 CFR 110.1(j)(1)
Statement of Commissioner Lee E. Goodman (4/20/2015)
Oakland County Democratic Party
(FEC ID# C00040857)
2012 Recordkeeping for small contributions 2 U.S.C. § 432(c)(1)-(2) (now 52 U.S.C. § 30102(c)(1)-(2));

11 CFR 102.9(a)
 
Kathy Hochul for Congress
(FEC ID# C00494013)

2011 Special

Date of nomination in 2011 NY/26 special election 11 CFR 100.2(c)
n/a
 
Elizabeth Crowley for Congress
(FEC ID# C00517359)

2012

Redesignation of general election contributions accepted by a candidate who did not participate in the general election for a nonfederal campaign

11 CFR 102.9(e);
11 CFR 110.3(b)(3)(i);
11 CFR 110.1(b)(5)
 
Democratic Party of Illinois
(FEC ID# C00167015)
2010 Monthly time logs kept by state party committees of employee time spent on Federal Election Activity (FEA) 11 CFR 106.7(d)(1)  
2010
Monthly time logs kept by state party committees of employee time spent on Federal Election Activity (FEA) 11 CFR 106.7(d)(1)  
Michael Williams for Congress
(FEC ID# C00457960)

2010 Special

Disposition of funds raised and spent in connection with an anticipated special election that did not ultimately occur 11 CFR 110.1(b)  
Rightmarch
(FEC ID# C00386482)
2008
Contract with changing weekly fee as extension of credit;
Reporting of solicitation expenses as independent expenditures

2 U.S.C. § 434(b) and § 434(g) (now 52 U.S.C. § 30104(b) and § 30104(g))

11 CFR 100.55;
11 CFR 104.4;
11 CFR 104.11;
11 CFR 116.3;
11 CFR 116.4

 

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All requests, including any extension requests, must be received by the Commission within 15 business days of the determination of corrective action. All requests should be directed to the attention of the Commission Secretary.

Requestors are encouraged to submit comments electronically via email to LegalRequestProgram@fec.gov to ensure timely receipt and consideration. Alternatively, requests may be submitted in paper form to the Federal Election Commission, Attn: Commission Secretary, 999 E Street, NW., Washington, DC 20463.

To submit requests electronically:

1. Create the request in PDF or Word* document format.

2. Attach the request in an email to LegalRequestProgram@fec.gov.

* You can use Microsoft Word to save as PDF format.