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The Firm works with candidate committees and has extensive experience in advising campaigns with regard to federal campaign finance law, including public financing and the audit process. The Firm provides comprehensive legal services to campaigns on
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FEC Announces New Contribution Limits for 2023-2024 Election Cycle
The Federal Election Commission has announced the new, inflation-indexed contribution limits for the 2023-2024 election cycle. The per-election limit for an individual giving to a candidate committee has been raised to $3,300. More details are provided at the hyperlink above. The FEC has also announced the 2023 inflation-indexed limit for coordinated party expenditures (https://www.fec.gov/updates/coordinated-party- expenditure-limits-adjusted-for-2023/) and the 2023 inflation-indexed threshold for lobbyist bundling disclosures (https://www.fec.gov/updates/lobbyist- bundling-disclosure-threshold-increases-2023/).

FEC Finalizes Inflation Adjustments to Civil Monetary Penalties
Effective December 29, 2022, and as required by law, the Federal Election Commission has amended its regulations to revise the monetary penalties for certain civil violations of federal campaign law to account for inflation, based on a statutory formula.

FEC Approves New Rule Regarding Disclaimers on Internet Communications
At their open meeting on December 1, 2022, the Federal Election Commission approved a final rule that requires clearly legible and noticeable disclaimers to be included on "communications placed for a fee on another person's website, digital device, application, or advertising platform," with an exception allowing for shortened disclaimers on communications that do not allow space for the full disclaimer or on which the full disclaimer would occupy more that 25% of the communication. At the same meeting, the Commission approved a Supplemental Notice of Public Rulemaking asking for public comment on a proposed rule that would amend the definition of public communication to include communications that are "promoted for a fee on another person's website, digital device, application, or advertising platform." This rule will take effect on March 1, 2023.