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2012 FEC Record Index

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ActRight

AO 2012-03

Administrative Complaints

Herron for Congress v. FEC
La Botz v. FEC

Vogel for Congress v. FEC
Vroom v. FEC

Advisory Opinions

Alternative disposition
- AOR 2012-01
- AOR 2012-08
- AOR 2012-20
- AOR 2012-24
- AOR 2012-25
- AOR 2012-29
Opinions issued
- AO 2011-21: Leadership PAC may not raise and spend unlimited funds
- AO 2011-22: Membership organization's solicitations of unincorporated vs. incorporated members
- AO 2011-24: LLC may form independent expenditure-only committee
- AO 2011-25: Inactive labor union members may be solicited by corporation's SSF
- AO 2011-26: Funds raised to help individuals obtain identification used for voting not subject to FECA
- AO 2011-27: Severance payment to candidate not a contribution
- AO 2011-28: Reporting independent expenditure ads for Presidential primaries placed on Facebook
- AO 2012-02: Area and general managers considered executive/administrative personnel of corporation
- AO 2012-03: Nonconnected PAC may collect and forward earmarked contributions to independent expenditure-only committees or the “non-contribution accounts” of other PACs
- AO 2012-04: Justice Party of Mississippi will qualify as state party committee once it nominates a federal candidate
- AO 2012-05: Campaign committee's donation to deceased candidate's charity
- AO 2012-06: Conversion of a candidate's campaign committee to a nonconnected committee
- AO 2012-07: Senator's campaign may recoup only some embezzled contributions
- AO 2012-09: LLC may establish conversion program to turn loyalty points into political contributions
- AO 2012-10: FECA preempts New Hampshire disclaimer statute
- AO 2012-11: Express advocacy definition as applied to nonprofit's proposed advertisements
- AO 2012-12: Corporation may solicit affiliated individual franchisees for contributions to SSF
- AO 2012-13: Association may contribute to independent expenditure-only committees
- AO 2012-14: Individual may not exceed biennial limit
- AO 2012-15: Association's member corporations may use payroll deduction for contributions to SSF
- AO 2012-16: Federal contractor may provide legal compliance to Senate campaign
- AO 2012-17: Political committees may accept contributions made via text message
- AO 2012-19: Electioneering communication query hinges on clearly identified candidate
- AO 2012-21: Corporations and their PACs disaffiliated after spin-off
- AO 2012-22: Commercial website to collect candidate contributions
- AO 2012-23: Trade associations may solicit members for affiliated cooperative's PAC
- AO 2012-26: Campaigns responsible for compliance of text contributions
- AO 2012-27: Some of group’s communications ruled not express advocacy or solicitations
- AO 2012-28: Committees responsible for text contribution compliance
- AO 2012-30: Company may process larger text contributions and share short codes
- AO 2012-31: Reduced rates for text fundraising not considered a contribution
- AO 2012-32: Political action committee must wait for multicandidate status to contribute more than $2,500 to candidates

Affiliation

Challenge of dismissal of administrative complaint concerning, Vroom v. FEC
Corporation may solicit affiliated individual franchisees for contributions to SSF, AO 2012-12
Corporations and their PACs disaffiliated after spin-off, AO 2012-21

Trade associations may solicit members for affiliated cooperative's PAC, AO 2012-23

American Future Fund

AO 2012-19
AOR 2012-25

American Physical Therapy Association

AO 2012-15

Angus King for U.S. Senate Campaign

AO 2012-16

ArmourMedia, Inc.

AO 2012-17
AO 2012-26

AT&T, Inc.

AO 2012-31

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc.

AO 2011-25

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Bielat, Sean

AO 2012-32

C

Campaign Funds

Permissible use of
- Conversion of a candidate's campaign committee to a nonconnected committee, AO 2012-06
- Donation to deceased candidate's charity, AO 2012-05
Personal use of, prohibited
- FEC v. Craig for U.S. Senate

Candidates, Federal

Bank loan to, subject of complaint, Herron for Congress v. FEC
Campaign committee's donation to deceased candidate's charity, AO 2012-05
Clearly identified candidate definition applied
- AO 2012-19
- Hispanic Leadership Fund v. FEC, October, November
Conversion of a candidate's campaign committee to a nonconnected committee, AO 2012-06
Eligibility of non-natural born, for public funding, Hassan v. FEC
Embezzled contributions, Senator's campaign may recoup only some, AO 2012-07
FEC to Host March 21 seminar/webinar for campaigns and party committees
Federal contractor may provide legal compliance to Senate campaign, AO 2012-16
Leadership PAC sponsored by federal officeholder may not raise and spend unlimited funds, AO 2011-21
Severance payment to candidate not a contribution, AO 2011-27
Use of campaign funds, See: Campaign Funds
Winding down the campaign reporting roundtable

"Carey" Accounts/Non-Contribution Accounts

Ability of existing SSF to maintain
- AOR 2012-01
- Stop This Insanity, Inc. v. FEC,
August, December
Nonconnected PAC may collect and forward earmarked contributions to independent expenditure-only committees or the “non-contribution accounts” of other PACs, AO 2012-03

Cassia County Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

Citizens United
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations

State law concerning expenditures by corporations, overturned, American Tradition Partnership, Inc. v. Bullock
Commission

Commission approves rulemaking priorities for 2012
Commission approves legislative recommendations for 2012
Commission releases documents on enforcement and compliance practices
Commission statement on Van Hollen v. FEC
FEC elects Hunter as Chair for 2012; Weintraub to serve as Vice Chair
Message from FEC Chair Caroline C. Hunter

Communications

Communications by group, some ruled not express advocacy or solicitations, AO 2012-27
Electioneering, see: Electioneering Communications
Express advocacy definition applied to nonprofit's proposed advertisements, AO 2012-11

Independent expenditures, see: Independent Expenditures
Roundtable on pre-election communications

Compliance

Commission releases documents on enforcement and compliance practices
Committee treasurers
Committees cited for failure to file reports, see: Reporting
Lititgation costs awarded to Commission, Beam v. Hunter

Conferences/Workshops

See: Outreach

Constitutional Conservatives Fund PAC

AO 2011-21

Contributions

Association may contribute to independent expenditure-only committees, AO 2012-13
Biennial limit for individuals
- Court challenges to, James v. FEC, October; December; McCutcheon et al. v. FEC, August, November; James v. FEC
- Individual may not exceed, AO 2012-14
Constitutional challenge to prohibitions on
- corporations, U.S. v. Danielczyk
- federal contractors, Wagner v. FEC, February, May, December
- foreign nationals, Bluman v. FEC
Embezzled, Senator's campaign may recoup only some, AO 2012-07
Fundraising, see: Fundraising
Funds raised to help individuals obtain identification used for voting not contributions, AO 2011-26

Leadership PAC sponsored by federal officeholder may not raise and spend unlimited funds, AO 2011-21
LLC may establish conversion program to turn loyalty points into political contributions, AO 2012-09
Nonconnected PAC may collect and forward earmarked contributions to independent expenditure-only committees or the “non-contribution accounts” of other PACs, AO 2012-03
Political action committee must wait for multicandidate status to contribute more than $2,500 to candidates, AO 2012-32
Prohibition on corporations upheld, U.S. v. Danielczyk
Reduced rates for text fundraising not considered as, AO 2012-31
To separate segregated fund, see: Separate Segregated Funds

Cooper for Congress

AO 2012-26

Coordinated Party Expenditure

2012 coordinated party expenditure limits

Cooperatives

Solicitations of unincorporated vs. incorporated members, AO 2011-22
Trade associations may solicit members for affiliated cooperative's PAC, AO 2012-23

Court Cases

American Tradition Partnership, Inc. v. Bullock
Beam v. Hunter
FEC v. ______
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FEC v. Craig for U.S. Senate
______ v. FEC
- Bluman v. FEC
- Conway for Senate v. FEC
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Free Speech v. FEC
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Hassan v. FEC
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Herron for Congress v. FEC
- Hispanic Leadership Fund v. FEC, October, November
- James v. FEC, October; December
- Johnson v. FEC
- La Botz v. FEC
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McCutcheon et al. v. FEC,
August, November
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The Real Truth About Abortion (f/k/a Real Truth About Obama, Inc.) v. FEC and U.S. Department of Justice
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Stop This Insanity, Inc. v. FEC,
August, December
- Tea Party Leadership Fund et al. v. FEC
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Van Hollen v. FEC,
May, June, August, October, November
- Vogel for Congress v. FEC
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Vroom v. FEC
- Wagner v. FEC,
February, May, December
U.S. v. Danielczyk

Corporations

Area and general managers considered executive/administrative personnel of corporation, AO 2012-02
Corporation may solicit affiliated individual franchisees for contributions to SSF, AO 2012-12
Corporations and their PACs disaffiliated after spin-off, AO 2012-21

Disclosure of donations to, for electioneering communication
- Commission statement on
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Van Hollen v. FEC,
May, June, October, November
FEC to host April 25 seminar/webinar for corporations and their political action committees
Inactive labor union members who are corporate executives may be solicited by corporation's SSF, AO 2011-25
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Prohibition on contributions by, upheld, U.S. v. Danielczyk
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations
Reduced rates for text fundraising not considered a contribution, AO 2012-31
Severance payment to candidate not a contribution, AO 2011-27
State law concerning expenditures by, overturned, American Tradition Partnership, Inc. v. Bullock

CTIA – The Wireless Association

AO 2012-28

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David McIntosh for Indiana

AOR 2012-25

Delegates

National party convention delegates

Disclaimers
Challenge to dismissal of administrative complaint concerning, Vogel for Congress v. FEC
FECA preempts New Hampshire disclaimer statute
, AO 2012-10
Disclosure

See: Reporting

Dunkin' Brands, Inc.

AO 2012-12

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Electioneering Communications

Challenge to application of law by FEC, Hispanic Leadership Fund v. FEC, October, November
Clearly identified candidate definition applied in determining status of communications as
- AO 2012-19
- Hispanic Leadership Fund v. FEC, October, November
Commission approves rulemaking priorities for 2012
Disclosure of donations to, Van Hollen v. FEC
- Commission statement on
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Court case, May, June, October, November
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Petition for rulemaking on disclosure of
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations
Roundtable on pre-election communications

Elwyhee Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

Enforcement

See: Compliance

Expenditures

Constitutional challenge to prohibitions on foreign nationals, Bluman v. FEC
Donations made to help individuals obtain identification used for voting not contributions or expenditures, AO 2011-26
See also: Campaign Funds, Coordinated Party Expenditures, Independent Expenditures

Express Advocacy

Communications by group, some ruled not express advocacy or solicitations, AO 2012-27
Definition of
- applied to nonprofit's proposed advertisements, AO 2012-11
- challenge to Commission's, Free Speech v. FEC; The Real Truth About Abortion (f/k/a Real Truth About Obama, Inc.) v. FEC and U.S. Department of Justice

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Federal Contractor

Constitutional challenge to prohibitions on, Wagner v. FEC, February, May, December
Federal contractor may provide legal compliance to Senate campaign, AO 2012-16

Federal Election Activity

Voter registration activity and GOTV

Federal Election Commission

See: Commission

Feinstein for Senate

AO 2012-07

Filing

See: Reporting

Final Rules

See: Regulations

Foreign Nationals

Constitutional challenge to prohibitions on, Bluman v. FEC

Forms

See: Reporting

Free Speech

AO 2012-11

Freeman, Martin H.

AO 2011-26

Fundraising

Commercial website to collect candidate contributions, AO 2012-22
Communications by group, some ruled not express advocacy or solicitations, AO 2012-27

Definition of, court challenge, Free Speech v. FEC
Donations made to help individuals obtain identification used for voting not contributions or expenditures, AO 2011-26
For separate segregated funds, see: Separate Segregated Funds
Leadership PAC sponsored by federal officeholder may not raise and spend unlimited funds, AO 2011-21
Nonconnected PAC may collect and forward earmarked contributions to independent expenditure-only committees or the “non-contribution accounts” of other PACs, AO 2012-03
Political action committee must wait for multicandidate status to contribute more than $2,500 to candidates, AO 2012-32
Text messaging used for
- Compliance, committees responsible for, AO 2012-26, AO 2012-28
- Informational article
- Political committees may accept contributions made via, AO 2012-17
- Processing of contributions received by, AO 2012-30
- Reduced rates for, not considered a contribution, AO 2012-31

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GOTV

Voter registration activity and GOTV

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, Inc.

AO 2012-10

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Hawaiian Airlines, Inc.

AOR 2012-29

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Independent Expenditures

Commission approves rulemaking priorities for 2012
Independent expenditure-only political committee, see: Super PACs
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations
Reporting independent expenditure ads for Presidential primaries placed on Facebook, AO 2011-28
Roundtable on pre-election communications
State law concerning expenditures by corporations, overturned, American Tradition Partnership, Inc. v. Bullock

Inflation Adjustments

2012 coordinated party expenditure limits
2012 lobbyist bundling disclosure threshold

Informational Articles

See: Outreach

Interpretive Rules

See: Regulations

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Justice Party of Mississippi

AO 2012-04

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Labor Organization

Disclosure of donations to, for electioneering communication
- Commission statement on
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Van Hollen v. FEC,
May, June, October, November
FEC to host May 23 seminar/webinar for trade/membership/labor organizations and their political action committees
Inactive labor union members who are corporate executives may be solicited by corporation's SSF, AO 2011-25
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations

Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice

AO 2012-05

Leadership PACs

Leadership PAC sponsored by federal officeholder may not raise and spend unlimited funds, AO 2011-21

Legal Defense Fund/Legal Expenses

Campaign funds used for, deemed personal use, FEC v. Craig for U.S. Senate
Federal contractor may provide exempt legal services to Senate campaign, AO 2012-16

Lititgation costs awarded to Commission, Beam v. Hunter

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

LLC may establish conversion program to turn loyalty points into political contributions, AO 2012-09
LLC may form independent expenditure-only committee, AO 2011-24

Litigation

See: Court Cases

Lobbyist Bundling

2012 lobbyist bundling disclosure threshold

Local Party Committee

2012 coordinated party expenditure limits
FEC to Host March 21 seminar/webinar for campaigns and party committees
Voter registration activity and GOTV

Louder Solutions, LLC d/b/a StandLouder.com

AO 2011-24

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m-Qube, Inc.

AO 2012-17
AO 2012-26

McCutcheon, Shaun

AO 2012-14
Constitutional challenge to biennial limit, McCutcheon et al. v. FEC, August, November

Membership Organization

Communications by group, some ruled not express advocacy or solicitations, AO 2012-27
Disclosure of donations to, for electioneering communication
- Commission statement on
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Van Hollen v. FEC,
May, June, October, November
FEC to host May 23 seminar/webinar for trade/membership/labor organizations and their political action committees
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations
Solicitations of unincorporated vs. incorporated members, AO 2011-22
Trade associations may solicit members for affiliated cooperative's PAC, AO 2012-23

Minidoka County Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

Mullin, Markwayne

AOR 2012-20

 

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National Defense Committee

AO 2012-27

National Party Committee

2012 coordinated party expenditure limits
FEC to host March 21 seminar/webinar for campaigns and party committees
National party convention delegates

New Mexico Voices for Children

AO 2011-27

Nonconnected Committee

Conversion of a candidate's campaign committee to a nonconnected committee, AO 2012-06
Independent expenditure-only committees, see: Super PACs
Leadership PAC sponsored by federal officeholder may not raise and spend unlimited funds, AO 2011-21
Nonconnected PAC may collect and forward earmarked contributions to independent expenditure-only committees or the “non-contribution accounts” of other PACs, AO 2012-03
Political action committee must wait for multicandidate status to contribute more than $2,500 to candidates, AO 2012-32

Northside Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

NyssaNampa Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

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Outreach

Informational articles
- Committee treasurers
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National party convention delegates
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Text messages, contributions by
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Voter registration activity and GOTV
Publications
- 2012 edition of CFR now available
Workshops and conferences
- FEC to host April 25 seminar/webinar for corporations and their political action committees
- FEC to host March 21 seminar/webinar for campaigns and party committees
- FEC to host May 23 seminar/webinar for trade/membership/labor organizations and their political action committees
- FEC to host Miami conference in February
- FEC to host reporting and e-filing workshops for the 2012 July quarterly and monthly reports
- FEC to host reporting and e-filing workshops for October quarterly/monthly and pre-general reports
- Roundtable on pre-election communications
- Winding down the campaign reporting roundtable

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Partnership

Federal contractor may provide exempt legal services to Senate campaign, AO 2012-16
LLC taxed as partnership may establish conversion program to turn loyalty points into political contributions, AO 2012-09

Party Committee

2012 coordinated party expenditure limits
Definition of minor party, for general election public funding eligibility purposes, Johnson v. FEC
FEC to Host March 21 seminar/webinar for campaigns and party committees
Voter registration activity and GOTV

Personal Use of Campaign Funds

See: Campaign Funds

Peterson, Dean

AOR 2012-24

Physician Hospitals of America

AO 2012-13

Pierce Atwood LLP

AO 2012-16

Points for Politics

AO 2012-09

Political Committee

Challenge to Commission approach to determining status of
- Free Speech v. FEC
- The Real Truth About Abortion (FKA The Real Truth About Obama, Inc.) vs. FEC and U.S. Department of Justice
Political action committee must wait for multicandidate status to contribute more than $2,500 to candidates, AO 2012-32
- Court challenge to, Tea Party Leadership Fund et. al. v. FEC
See also: Nonconnected Committee, Party Committee , Super PACs

Political Party

See: Party Committee

Preemption

FECA preempts New Hampshire disclaimer statute, AO 2012-10

Primerica, Inc.

AO 2012-21

Public Disclosure

See: Reporting

Public Funding

Eligibility for primary matching funds
- Johnson, Gary, July, August, September, December
- Roemer III, Charles E. “Buddy," March, August
- Jill Stein, September, November, December
Eligibility for general election funding, Johnson v. FEC
Eligibility of non-natural born for, Hassan v. FEC

Publications

See: Outreach

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Raese, John

AO 2012-32

Recordkeeping

Committee treasurers
Text messaging used in fundraising
- Compliance, committees responsible for, AO 2012-26, AO 2012-28
- Informational article
- Political committees may accept contributions made via, AO 2012-17
- Processing of contributions received by, AO 2012-30

Red Blue T, LLC

AO 2012-17

Regulations

2012 edition of CFR now available
Commission approves rulemaking priorities for 2012
Notice of proposed rulemaking on corporate and labor expenditures
Petition for rulemaking on disclosure of electioneering communications
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations

Repledge

AOR 2012-08

Reporting

2012 lobbyist bundling disclosure threshold
April reporting reminder
Committee treasurers
Disclosure of donations to, for electioneering communication,
- Commission statement on
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Van Hollen v. FEC,
May, June, October, November
Failure to file reports, committees cited:
- Arkansas Pre-Primary
- Arizona Pre-Primary
- California Pre-Primary
- Conway for Senate v. FEC
- Florida Pre-Primary
- Hawaii Pre-Primary
- Iowa Pre-Primary
- July Quarterly Report
- Maine Pre-Primary
- Massachusetts Pre-Primary
- Missouri Pre-Primary
- Montana Pre-Primary
- Nebraska Pre-Primary
- New Jersey Pre-Primary
- New Mexico Pre-Primary
- New York Pre-Primary
- October Quarterly
- Pre-General Report
- South Dakota Pre-Primary
- Tennessee Pre-Primary
- Texas Pre-Primary
- Washington Pre-Primary
- Wisconsin Pre-Primary
Independent expenditure ads for Presidential primaries placed on Facebook, AO 2011-28
July reporting reminder
October reporting reminder
Reports due in 2012
Special election, see: Special Elections
Workshops on, see: Outreach

Revolution Messaging, LLC

AO 2012-30

RickPerry.org, Inc.

AO 2012-06

Rulemaking

See: Regulations

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Sale or Use

Commercial website may provide information about candidate committees, AO 2012-22

Separate Segregated Fund (SSF)

Area and general managers considered executive/administrative personnel of corporation, AO 2012-02
"Carey account"/noncontribution account, ability to maintain
- AOR 2012-01
- Stop This Insanity, Inc. v. FEC, August, December
Corporation may solicit affiliated individual franchisees for contributions to, AO 2012-12
FEC to host April 25 seminar/webinar for corporations and their political action committees
FEC to host May 23 seminar/webinar for trade/membership/labor organizations and their political action committees
Inactive labor union members who are corporate executives may be solicited by corporation's SSF, AO 2011-25
Membership organization's solicitations of unincorporated vs. incorporated members, AO 2011-22
Trade association
- may solicit members for affiliated cooperative's PAC, AO 2012-23
- member corporations may use payroll deduction to collect contributions, AO 2012-15

skimmerhat

AO 2012-22

Snake River Sugar Company

AO 2012-23

Solicitations

See: Fundraising

Special Elections

Reporting
- Kentucky 4th District
- Michigan 11th District
- Oregon 1st District

State Party Committee

2012 coordinated party expenditure limits
FEC to Host March 21 seminar/webinar for campaigns and party committees
Justice Party of Mississippi will qualify as state party committee once it nominates a federal candidate, AO 2012-04
Voter registration activity and GOTV

Statistics

15-month campaign activity for the 2012 election cycle
18-month campaign activity for the 2012 election cycle
2011 campaign activity

Stop This Insanity, Inc.

AOR 2012-01
Stop This Insanity, Inc. v. FEC, August, December

Super PACs

Association may contribute to independent expenditure-only committees, AO 2012-13
Commission approves rulemaking priorities for 2012
LLC may form independent expenditure-only committee, AO 2011-24
Nonconnected PAC may collect and forward earmarked contributions to independent expenditure-only committees or the “non-contribution accounts” of other PACs, AO 2012-03

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Tea Party Leadership Fund

AO 2012-32

Technology, Use of

Commercial website to collect candidate contributions, AO 2012-22
Text messaging
- Compliance, committees responsible for, AO 2012-26, AO 2012-28
- Contributions by, informational article
- Political committees may accept contributions made via, AO 2012-17
- Processing of contributions received by, AO 2012-30
- Reduced rates for text fundraising not considered a contribution, AO 2012-31

Tom Lantos for Congress Committee

AO 2012-05

Trade Associations

Association may contribute to independent expenditure-only committees, AO 2012-13
Disclosure of donations to, Van Hollen v. FEC
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Commission statement on
- Court case, May, June, October, November
FEC to host May 23 seminar/webinar for trade/membership/labor organizations and their political action committees
Public hearing on independent expenditures and electioneering communications by corporations and labor organizations
Solicitation of members' executives by, for affiliated cooperative's PAC, AO 2012-23

Twin Falls County Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

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Upper Snake River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association, Inc.

AO 2012-23

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Virginia Poultry Growers Cooperative, Inc.

AO 2011-22

Voter Registration

Donations made to help individuals obtain identification used for voting not contributions or expenditures, AO 2011-26
Voter registration activity and GOTV

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W

Wawa, Inc.

AO 2012-02

Western Representation PAC

AO 2011-28

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