Federal Election Commission to Send RFAI Letters ElectronicallySeptember 2011 | Election Law News
Starting in October 2011, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) will begin sending Requests for Additional Information (RFAIs) via email rather than in paper format. A filer has the option of requesting that RFAIs continue to be sent on paper via mail. In order to do so, a filer must submit a miscellaneous document (Form 99 for electronic filers) to the FEC to make this request.
All filers registered with the FEC should review their most recent Statement of Organization to ensure that the e-mail address disclosed is accurate and is frequently checked.
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