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HOME / REPORTING HELP / REPORTING DATES / PRE- AND POST-GENERAL ELECTION REPORTS (2010)

GENERAL ELECTION REPORT NOTICE

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION

CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES

September 27, 2010

 

CURRENT REPORT DUE FOR
2010 GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATE COMMITTEES

 

REPORT

REPORTING
PERIOD 1

REG./CERT. & OVERNIGHT
MAILING DEADLINE
FILING
DEADLINE
Pre-General
10/01/10 - 10/13/10
10/18/10
10/21/10
48-Hour Notices
10/14/10 - 10/30/10
Post-General
10/14/10 - 11/22/10
12/02/10
12/02/10

 

PRE- AND POST-ELECTION REPORTS

A committee whose candidate participates in a 2010 election – even if unopposed – must also file a pre-election report 12 days prior to the election. The campaign committee of a candidate who participates in the general election must file pre- and post-general election reports. See 11 CFR 104.5(a)(2).

 

 

SUPPLEMENTAL FILING INFORMATION: Congressional Committees

 



REPORTING SCHEDULE FOR REMAINDER OF 2010

I. 2010 GENERAL ELECTION CANDIDATES


REPORT
REPORTING
PERIOD 1
REG./CERT. & OVERNIGHT
MAILING DEADLINE
FILING
DEADLINE
Year-End
11/23/10 - 12/31/10
01/31/11
01/31/11


II. UNSUCCESSFUL 2010 PRIMARY ELECTION CAMPAIGN COMMITTEES AND CANDIDATES NOT ACTIVE IN 2010 ELECTIONS


REPORT
REPORTING
PERIOD 1
REG./CERT. & OVERNIGHT
MAILING DEADLINE
FILING
DEADLINE
Year-End
10/01/10 - 12/31/10
01/31/11
01/31/11
 

NOTE FOR COMMITTEES NOT REQUIRED TO FILE A POST-GENERAL ELECTION REPORT CHART II (see above)

For candidates who ran in 2010 but did not participate in the general election, the reporting period for the Year-End Report spans two election cycles. For this report only, committees should instead use the Post-Election Detailed Summary Page (FEC Form 3, Pages 5-8) [PDF]. Committees should not use the normal Detailed Summary Page.

 

SUPPLEMENTAL FILING INFORMATION: Congressional Committees

 

FOOTNOTES:

1 These dates indicate the end of the reporting period. A reporting period always begins the day after the closing date of the last report filed. If the committee is new and has not previously filed a report, the first report must cover all activity that occurred before the committee registered up through the close of books for the first report due.


FOR INFORMATION, CALL: (800) 424-9530 or (202) 694-1100


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