There are campaign finance disclosure deadlines in 21 states and the Federal Election Commission in June, requiring political committees registered in these states to file disclosure reports.
Political committees need to be aware of their specific filing schedules, as some jurisdictions, such as Texas, offer the option of monthly reporting instead of quarterly or periodic filings.
It is crucial for political committees to closely review contributions, as certain deadlines necessitate reporting large contributions within 24 or 48 hours of receipt.
In June, 21 states have campaign finance disclosure deadlines, plus the Federal Election Commission. If a political committee is registered in one of these states and is required to file disclosure reports, they must do so in June. Check out the map below for the states with important deadlines this month.
Political committees should be aware of their filing schedules as some jurisdictions, like Texas, give the option of reporting monthly rather than periodically or quarterly. Additionally, some of these deadlines include 24- or 48-hour reports in which a political committee must report large contributions within a set time frame of receipt. Political committees should be reviewing contributions carefully to ensure they do not miss a required contribution-triggered deadline.
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