FEC Lobbyist Bundling Video

The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is an independent regulatory agency established in 1975 to administer and enforce the Federal Election Campaign Act. That statute limits the sources and amounts of the contributions used to finance federal elections, requires public disclosure of campaign finance information and—in tandem with the Primary Matching Payment Act and the Presidential Election Campaign Fund Act—provides for the public funding of Presidential elections.

Excerpts from the Commission’s April 29, 2009, workshop on lobbyist bundling disclosure rules. (6 Parts)

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