SUBCHAPTER I—DISCLOSURE OF FEDERAL CAMPAIGN FUNDS
Organization of political committees.
Registration of political committees.
Reports on convention financing.
437a, 437b. Repealed.
Federal Election Commission.
Powers of Commission.
Maintenance of website of election reports.
Statements filed with State officers; “appropriate State” defined; duties of State officers; waiver of duplicate filing requirement for States with electronic access.
Use of contributed amounts for certain purposes.
Authorization of appropriations.
Limitations on contributions and expenditures.
Modification of certain limits for House candidates in response to personal fund expenditures of opponents.
Contributions or expenditures by national banks, corporations, or labor organizations.
Contributions by government contractors.
Publication and distribution of statements and solicitations.
Contributions and donations by foreign nationals.
Contributions in name of another prohibited.
Limitation on contribution of currency.
Fraudulent misrepresentation of campaign authority.
Soft money of political parties.
Prohibition of contributions by minors.
Authority to procure technical support and other services and incur travel expenses; payment of such expenses.
SUBCHAPTER II—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Extension of credit by regulated industries; regulations.
Prohibition against use of certain Federal funds for election activities.
State laws affected.
Period of limitations.
Collection and use of conference fees.
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