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House campaign expenditures, receipts and sources of funds

House campaign expenditures, receipts and sources of funds

1980-1990

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress. -- House -- Elections,
  • Campaign funds -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid C. Huckabee
    SeriesMajor studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1991, reel 11, fr. 0283
    ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Congressional Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination67 p.
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15459018M

    Campaign committee of a statewide or general assembly candidate that fails to file a personal-funds notice when receipt or expenditure of candidate’s personal funds exceeds reporting threshold (statewide candidate—$, in primary and $, in general election; general assembly candidate—.   Overhead Receipts Trust Funds. (Project number range through ) Expenditures from overhead receipts funds generally follow the same guidelines as those for state appropriated operating funds except that the funds may be transferred to the capital improvement budgets for use in renovations or new construction.

    For the first time ever in U.S. history, the candidates for president raised more than $1 billion. To find out where all this money came from, click on the candidates' names below and explore the options to the left.   Revenue expenditure is an amount that is expensed immediately—thereby being matched with revenues of the current accounting e repairs are revenue expenditures because they are charged directly to an account such as Repairs and Maintenance Expense. Even significant repairs that do not extend the life of the asset or do not improve the .

    A Member, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner— (a) shall keep the campaign funds of such individual separate from the personal funds of such individual; (b) may not convert campaign funds to personal use in excess of an amount representing reimbursement for legitimate and verifiable campaign expenditures; and (c) except as provided in clause 1.   Receipt: A receipt is a written acknowledgment that something of value has been transferred from one party to another. In addition to the receipts .


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Get this from a library. House campaign expenditures, receipts and sources of funds: [David C Huckabee; Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.]. The Statement of Disbursements (SOD) is a quarterly public report of all receipts and expenditures for U.S.

House of Representatives Members, Committees, Leadership, Officers and Offices. The House has House campaign expenditures required by law to publish the SOD since   Campaign finance in the United States is the financing of electoral campaigns at the federal, state, and local the federal level, campaign finance law is enacted by Congress and enforced by the Federal Election Commission (FEC), an independent federal gh most campaign spending is privately financed (largely through donors that.

Campaign Finance Receipts and Expenditures Report Page 1 of 1 Print this form or Go Back Campaign Finance Receipts. Governmental Ethics Commission & Expenditu res Report.

Kansas Ave. Check, Loan, E-funds, Giving Other More Than $ E Funds Unemployed E Funds House campaign expenditures Amount $ $ 10/25/ 11 CFR Funds received or expended prior to becoming a candidate.

11 CFR (c)(3)(iii) Date of receipt for joint fundraising. 11 CFR (c)(4) Joint fundraising procedures: Recordkeeping requirements. 11 CFR Receipt of contributions. 11 CFR Accounting for contributions and expenditures. All registered candidate committees must disclose the money they raise and spend.

These “ receipts ” and “ disbursements ” are reported quarterly by House and Senate candidate committees. All principal campaign committees of current and former presidential candidates must file either quarterly or monthly reports during non-election years. Table —Receipts, Outlays, and Surpluses or Deficits (-) by Fund Group: – Table —Receipts by Source: – Table —Percentage Composition of Receipts by Source:   Social media posts falsely claim donations made on the Black Lives Matter website go "directly" to the Democratic Party, because the group uses ActBlue Charities -- an online fundraising platform.

Biden's Campaign Committee Beats Monthly Records. FEC Reports Show Financial Parity in the Races That Will Decide the Senate's Majority. Quarterly FEC Reports Show the GOP Faces Long Odds Against Major Gains in U.S.

House Elections. CFI's Guide to Money in Federal Elections,   Here is a breakdown of the major categories of spending by each candidate — and the top organizations and individuals being paid.

SOURCE: Federal Election Commission, candidate campaigns, media. In andthe average Senate campaign spent 43 percent of its budget on ads, he told me, and the average House campaign spent 33 percent.

Presidential races spend an even bigger chunk of. A dark-money group wholly funded by House Bill 6 beneficiary and Columbus utility giant American Electric Power contributed $, toward the campaigns now at the center of a racketeering and.

Restricted funds are much more complicated to use and account for. One way some nonprofits avoid confusion and complications is to give donors a choice of designation at the time of the donation. For instance, the American Red Cross, on its online donation page, offers several options for the donor to direct their donations, such as “Disaster.

Campaign Finance Receipts and Expenditures Report Page 1 of 1. Print this form or Go Back. Campaign Finance Receipts. Governmental Ethics Commission & Expenditures Report. Kansas Ave. 10/29/ Topeka, KS Office () Fax () Check only if appropriate.

Amended Filing. Committees and funds Ind. exp. / ballot question committees and funds Political parties Lobbyists Public officials Reports Annual reports Campaign finance summaries Overview of campaign expenditures and sources of campaign funding Lobbyist disbursement summaries.

Records of Selling a House (Documentation for Capital Gains Tax) Records of Selling a Stock (Documentation for Capital Gains Tax) Receipts, Cancelled Checks and other Documents that Support Income or a Deduction on your Tax Return (Keep 3 years from the date the return was filed or 2 years from the date the tax was paid -- which ever is later).

Table Federal Government receipts and expenditures; Category. Billions of current dollars. Percent distribution.

Annual rate of change. Secretary of State - Campaign finance disclosure, including how to search campaign finance filings online. Find campaign finance filing dates and deadlines; campaign finance requirements and forms. Also find the Campaign Finance Act and Administrative Rules and a link to MERTS.

Candidates, political committees, electioneering communication organizations and independent expenditures: $50 per day for the first 3 days late and, thereafter, $ per day for each late day, not to exceed 25% of the total receipts or expenditures, whichever is greater for the period covered by the late report.

However, for reports. The bottom line of the balance sheet is the net change in fund balance—revenues minus expenditures plus or minus total other financing sources (uses) plus or minus extraordinary and special items.

This amount is added to the fund balances as of the beginning of the fiscal year (generally the same amount reported as the ending fund balance for.

was created under P.L.the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of (FFATA), and is being enhanced under requirements in P.L.the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of (DATA Act).

Other federal awards data sources reviewed in this report include the following.Misc. Monetary Receipts not Considered Contributions: Non Monetary Receipts of Organization Expenditures: Personal Funds of Candidate: Proceeds from Sale of Donated Items: Public Grant Funds Received: Receipts From Entities other than Indiv.

or Oth. Committees: Refundable Deposit to Telephone Company: Reimbursements, Payments or Surplus.disclosure calendar for house, senate, and district court candidates Overview of campaign expenditures and sources of campaign funding Lobbyist disbursement summaries.

Self Help Education and tools A candidate is qualified to issue political contribution refund receipts if the candidate has signed an agreement to limit spending.