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Title 11 Part 109

Title 11 → Chapter I → Subchapter A → Part 109

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Title 11 Part 109

Title 11Chapter ISubchapter APart 109


TITLE 11—Federal Elections

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 109—COORDINATED AND INDEPENDENT EXPENDITURES (52 U.S.C. 30101(17), 30116(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”?