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Title 11Chapter ISubchapter APart 109


TITLE 11—Federal Elections

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 109—COORDINATED AND INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES (2 U.S.C. 431(17), 441a(a) AND (d), AND PUB. L. 107-155 SEC. 214(c))

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Subpart A—SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

§109.1
When will this part apply?
§109.2
[Reserved]
§109.3
Definitions.
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Subpart B—INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES

§109.10
How do political committees and other persons report independent expenditures?
§109.11
When is a “non-authorization notice” (disclaimer) required?
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Subpart C—COORDINATION

§109.20
What does “coordinated” mean?
§109.21
What is a “coordinated communication”?
§109.22
Who is prohibited from making coordinated communications?
§109.23
Dissemination, distribution, or republication of candidate campaign materials.
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Subpart D—SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR POLITICAL PARTY COMMITTEES

§109.30
How are political party committees treated for purposes of coordinated and independent expenditures?
§109.31
[Reserved]
§109.32
What are the coordinated party expenditure limits?
§109.33
May a political party committee assign its coordinated party expenditure authority to another political party committee?
§109.34
When may a political party committee make coordinated party expenditures?
§109.35
[Reserved]
§109.36
Are there circumstances under which a political party committee is prohibited from making independent expenditures?
§109.37
What is a “party coordinated communication”?


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