11 CFR 300.52 - Fundraising by Federal candidates and Federal officeholders (52 U.S.C. 30125(e)(1) and (4))

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6 practice notes
  • Federal Election Commission,
    • United States
    • Federal Register May 20, 2002
    • May 20, 2002
    ...Proposed 11 CFR 300.50 would mirror proposed rule 11 CFR 300.11. Proposed 11 CFR 300.51 would mirror proposed rule 300.37. Proposed 11 CFR 300.52 would mirror proposed 11 CFR 300.65. See the discussion in proposed 11 CFR 300.11 and 300.37 above and 300.65 Federal Candidates and Officeholder......
  • Separate Parts In This Issue Part II Federal Election Commission,
    • United States
    • Federal Register August 08, 2003
    • August 8, 2003
    ...or should be spent and provided that the solicitations are otherwise permitted by 2 U.S.C. 441i(e)(4)(A).\9\ \9\ The new regulations at 11 CFR 300.52 and 300.65 could be read to restrict a broader range of general solicitations made on behalf of 501(c) organizations than does the related pr......
  • Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act; implementation: Presidential candidates and nominating conventions; public financing,
    • United States
    • Federal Register August 08, 2003
    • August 8, 2003
    ...or should be spent and provided that the solicitations are otherwise permitted by 2 U.S.C. 441i(e)(4)(A).\9\ \9\ The new regulations at 11 CFR 300.52 and 300.65 could be read to restrict a broader range of general solicitations made on behalf of 501(c) organizations than does the related pr......
  • Federal Election Commission,
    • United States
    • Federal Register July 29, 2002
    • July 29, 2002
    ...300.11; the final rule at 11 CFR 300.51 (State party prohibition) is identical to the final rule at 11 CFR 300.37; and the final rule at 11 CFR 300.52 (regulations governing Federal candidate and officeholder solicitations for 501(c) organizations) is identical to the final rule at 11 CFR 3......
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