Instructions for FEC Form 3p - Report of Receipts and Disbursements by an Authorized Committee of a Candidate for the Office of President or Vice President

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC FORM 3P AND RELATED SCHEDULES
FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
Report of Receipts and Disbursements by an Authorized Committee of
a Candidate for the Office of President or Vice President
(FEC DISCLOSURE FORM 3P)
FEC FORM 1: Statement of
Use FEC FORM 3P to file your report.
FEC FORM 3P: Schedules
Organization
Listed below are the summary pages
A-P: Provides detailed information
and schedules of FEC FORM 3P, with
Used by all political committees to
for each receipt that is required
an explanation of what each discloses.
register under the federal election law.
to be itemized. Use a separate
Detailed instructions are included on the
Schedule A-P to support each
back of each form. These forms may be
line number that appears on the
FEC FORM 8: Debt Settlement
duplicated.
Detailed Summary Page.
Plan
B-P: Provides detailed information
Used by terminating committees to
FEC FORM 3P: Page 1, Summary
for each disbursement that is
disclose the terms of debt settlements.
Page
required to be itemized. Use a
separate Schedule B-P to support
Identifies the committee; discloses
Illegible and Non-FEC Forms
each line number that appears on
the committee’s total receipts and
Illegible reports and reports submitted
the Detailed Summary Page.
disbursements for the reporting period
on non-FEC forms are not acceptable
C-P: Shows all loans, endorsements
and the aggregate election cycle- to-
and must be refiled.
a n d l o a n g u a r a n t e e s t h e
date.
committee receives or makes.
Electronic Filing
C-P-1: Shows all loans and lines of credit
FEC FORM 3P: Page 2, Detailed
made by lending institutions to
Committees must file reports in an
Summary Page
the committee.
electronic format under 11 CFR 104.18
S u m m a r i z e s r e c e i p t s a n d
if they have either received contributions
D-P: Shows debts and obligations
disbursements by type of activity;
or made expenditures in excess of
owed to or by the committee that
shows reporting period and aggregate
$50,000 during the calendar year, or
are required to be disclosed.
election cycle-to-date totals for each
if they have reason to expect that they
Other Forms and Their Uses The forms
type of activity.
will exceed either of those thresholds. If
listed below are also available. When
the committee has reached this level of
ordering, please order by form number.
activity, DO NOT FILE THIS FORM
FEC FORM 3P: Page 4,
ON PAPER. Instead, you must file this
Allocation of Primary
form in an electronic format. See the
FEC FORM 3P: Page 3, Post-
Expenditures by State for a
instructions for more information on
Election Detailed Summary Page
Presidential Candidate
filing electronically.
Used for the reporting period that
Summarizes the allocation of primary
includes the general election, in lieu of
expenditures by state; shows reporting
Computerized Filing
the Detailed Summary Page and portions
period and campaign-to-date totals; to
of the Summary Page. Summarizes
FEC FORM 3P may be filed
be used only by Presidential candidates
receipts and disbursements by type of
in a computerized format, but the
receiving federal funds.
activity; shows reporting period and
C o m m i s s i o n m u s t a p p r o v e t h e
both current and upcoming election
computerized format before the report
FEC FORM 3P: Worksheet to
cycle to date totals for each type of
is filed. Submit sample formats to the
Calculate Expenditures Subject
activity.
Reports Analysis Division.
to Overall Limitation of 52 U.S.C.
§ 30116(b)(1)(A)
FEC FORM 2: Statement of
Faxing Forms
Candidacy
Provides guidance concerning the
Reports may not be filed by FAX
calculation of the amount to be reported
Used by the candidate to designate a
because original signatures are required.
on Line 13 of FEC FORM 3P, Page
Principal Campaign Committee; and, if
1. This worksheet must be retained to
applicable, to designate other authorized
To request additional forms, call the
support, in part, the amount reported
committees to receive and expend funds
Information Division at 800/424-9530
on Line 13.
on his or her behalf.
or 202/694-1100.
Federal Election Commission (Revised 03/2011), Page 1
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC FORM 3P AND RELATED SCHEDULES
FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
Report of Receipts and Disbursements by an Authorized Committee of
a Candidate for the Office of President or Vice President
(FEC DISCLOSURE FORM 3P)
FEC FORM 1: Statement of
Use FEC FORM 3P to file your report.
FEC FORM 3P: Schedules
Organization
Listed below are the summary pages
A-P: Provides detailed information
and schedules of FEC FORM 3P, with
Used by all political committees to
for each receipt that is required
an explanation of what each discloses.
register under the federal election law.
to be itemized. Use a separate
Detailed instructions are included on the
Schedule A-P to support each
back of each form. These forms may be
line number that appears on the
FEC FORM 8: Debt Settlement
duplicated.
Detailed Summary Page.
Plan
B-P: Provides detailed information
Used by terminating committees to
FEC FORM 3P: Page 1, Summary
for each disbursement that is
disclose the terms of debt settlements.
Page
required to be itemized. Use a
separate Schedule B-P to support
Identifies the committee; discloses
Illegible and Non-FEC Forms
each line number that appears on
the committee’s total receipts and
Illegible reports and reports submitted
the Detailed Summary Page.
disbursements for the reporting period
on non-FEC forms are not acceptable
C-P: Shows all loans, endorsements
and the aggregate election cycle- to-
and must be refiled.
a n d l o a n g u a r a n t e e s t h e
date.
committee receives or makes.
Electronic Filing
C-P-1: Shows all loans and lines of credit
FEC FORM 3P: Page 2, Detailed
made by lending institutions to
Committees must file reports in an
Summary Page
the committee.
electronic format under 11 CFR 104.18
S u m m a r i z e s r e c e i p t s a n d
if they have either received contributions
D-P: Shows debts and obligations
disbursements by type of activity;
or made expenditures in excess of
owed to or by the committee that
shows reporting period and aggregate
$50,000 during the calendar year, or
are required to be disclosed.
election cycle-to-date totals for each
if they have reason to expect that they
Other Forms and Their Uses The forms
type of activity.
will exceed either of those thresholds. If
listed below are also available. When
the committee has reached this level of
ordering, please order by form number.
activity, DO NOT FILE THIS FORM
FEC FORM 3P: Page 4,
ON PAPER. Instead, you must file this
Allocation of Primary
form in an electronic format. See the
FEC FORM 3P: Page 3, Post-
Expenditures by State for a
instructions for more information on
Election Detailed Summary Page
Presidential Candidate
filing electronically.
Used for the reporting period that
Summarizes the allocation of primary
includes the general election, in lieu of
expenditures by state; shows reporting
Computerized Filing
the Detailed Summary Page and portions
period and campaign-to-date totals; to
of the Summary Page. Summarizes
FEC FORM 3P may be filed
be used only by Presidential candidates
receipts and disbursements by type of
in a computerized format, but the
receiving federal funds.
activity; shows reporting period and
C o m m i s s i o n m u s t a p p r o v e t h e
both current and upcoming election
computerized format before the report
FEC FORM 3P: Worksheet to
cycle to date totals for each type of
is filed. Submit sample formats to the
Calculate Expenditures Subject
activity.
Reports Analysis Division.
to Overall Limitation of 52 U.S.C.
§ 30116(b)(1)(A)
FEC FORM 2: Statement of
Faxing Forms
Candidacy
Provides guidance concerning the
Reports may not be filed by FAX
calculation of the amount to be reported
Used by the candidate to designate a
because original signatures are required.
on Line 13 of FEC FORM 3P, Page
Principal Campaign Committee; and, if
1. This worksheet must be retained to
applicable, to designate other authorized
To request additional forms, call the
support, in part, the amount reported
committees to receive and expend funds
Information Division at 800/424-9530
on Line 13.
on his or her behalf.
or 202/694-1100.
Federal Election Commission (Revised 03/2011), Page 1
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC FORM 3P AND RELATED SCHEDULES
WHEN TO FILE
later than the 12th day before any
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC
election in which the candidate
FORM 3P
Election Year
seeks nomination or election and
must include all transactions from
If on January 1 of the election year the
the closing date of the last report
committee has received or anticipates
WHO MUST FILE
filed through the 20th day before the
receiving contributions aggregating
election.
All political committees authorized
$100,000 or more, or makes or
in writing by a candidate for the Office
• A 30 Day Post-General Election
anticipates making expenditures of
of President or Vice President must file
Report filed no later than 30 days
$100,000 or more, it shall file:
reports of receipts and disbursements on
after the general election and must
• A monthly report no later than the
FEC Form 3P, whether or not publicly
include transactions from the closing
20th day after the last day of the
funded. A political committee that is
date of the last report filed through
previous month which shall be
the authorized committee of candidates
the 20th day after the general election
complete as of the last day of that
for both offices shall also use FEC
month.
Form 3P. NOTE: Committees must file
If the committee receives contributions
reports in an electronic format if they
• A 12 Day Pre-Election Report no later
aggregating $100,000 or more, or makes
than the 12th day before the general
have received contributions or made
expenditures aggregating $100,000 or
election in which the candidate
expenditures in excess of $50,000
more, the treasurer shall begin filing
seeks election and must include all
during a calendar year, or if they have
monthly reports at the next reporting
transactions from the closing date of
reason to expect that they will exceed
period.
the last report filed through the 20th
either of those thresholds during the
day before the election. A 12 Day
calendar year. If the committee has
Non-Election Year
Pre- Election Report sent by certified
reached this level of activity, DO NOT
or registered mail must be mailed
FILE THIS FORM ON PAPER. Instead,
During a non-election year the
no later than the 15th day before the
you must file this form in an electronic
treasurer shall file either monthly or
election.
format.
quarterly reports.
• A 30 Day Post-General Election
A n a u t h o r i z e d c o m m i t t e e i s
Report no later than 30 days after
Timely Filing
considered to have reason to expect
the general election and must include
it will exceed the electronic filing
A document is timely filed upon
transactions from the closing date of
threshold for the following two calendar
delivery to the appropriate office
the last report filed through the 20th
years after the calendar year in which
(see “Where to File”) by the close
day after the general election.
it exceeds $50,000 in contributions or
of the prescribed filing date or upon
• A year-end report which must include
expenditures. Exception: This does not
deposit as registered or certified mail
all transactions from the closing
apply to an authorized committee with
in an established U.S. Post Office and
date of the last report filed through
$50,000 or less in net debts outstanding
postmarked no later than midnight of
December 31, and be filed no later
on January 1 of the year following
than January 31 of the following
the day the report is due, except that a
the general election that anticipates
calendar year.
Pre- Election Report so mailed must be
terminating prior to January 1 of the next
postmarked no later than midnight of the
election year, as long as the candidate
The 12 Day Pre-Election, 30 Day
Post-General Election, and year-end
15th day before the date of the election.
has not qualified as a candidate in the
reports are filed in lieu of monthly
next election and does not intend to
(The same is true for priority or express
reports for November and December.
become a federal candidate in the next
mail with delivery confirmation or an
election.
overnight mail service that offers on-
If on January 1 of the election year the
line tracking.) Reports and statements
committee does not anticipate receiving
A new authorized committee with
contributions aggregating $100,000 or
sent by first class mail must be received
no previous receipts or expenditures is
more, or does not anticipate making
by the appropriate office by the close
considered to have reason to expect it
expenditures of $100,000 or more, it
of business of the prescribed filing
will exceed the electronic filing threshold
shall file:
if it exceeds $12,500 in contributions or
date to be timely filed. Reports filed
expenditures during the first calendar
electronically must be received and
• A quarterly report no later than April
quarter of the calendar year, or $25,000
validated by the Commission’s computer
15, July 15, October 15, and January
in contributions or expenditures in the
31. The report shall be complete as of
system on or before 11:59 p.m. Eastern
first half of the calendar year.
the last day of the previous calendar
Standard/ Daylight Savings Time on
quarter.
the prescribed filing date in order to be
Contact the FEC for more information
on filing electronically.
• A 12 Day Pre-Election Report no
considered timely filed.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC FORM 3P AND RELATED SCHEDULES
WHERE TO FILE
along with the reports of the principal
LINE 11. Transfer the total amount
campaign committee.
of debts and obligations owed TO the
All reports and any amendments to
committee from Schedule C-P and D-P.
reports must be filed in original form
LINE BY LINE INSTRUCTIONS
with the Federal Election Commission,
LINE 12. Transfer the total amount
FOR SUMMARY PAGE
1050 First Street, N.E., Washington,
of debts and obligations owed BY the
D.C. 20463. Principal campaign
committee from Schedule C-P and D-P.
LINE 1. Print or type the complete name
committees of Presidential candidates
and mailing address of your committee.
making expenditures in states that have
LINE 13. Transfer the total amount of
qualified for the Commission’s state
expenditures subject to limitation from
LINE 2. Enter the FEC Identification
filing waiver program are not required to
FEC Form 3P, Worksheet, item P.
Number assigned to the committee.
file copies of their reports and statements
with those states. All states and most
LINE 14. Subtract the aggregate election
LINE 3. Check the appropriate box(es)
territories have qualified for a filing
cycle-to-date total of contribution
to indicate which election(s) are covered
waiver. A complete list of qualified
refunds, (Page 2, Form 3P, Line 28d,
by this report. For example, if a political
states and territories is available from
Column B), from the aggregate election
committee is raising funds to pay off
the Federal Election Commission.
cycle-to-date total of contributions
primary debts and simultaneously
(Page 2, Form 3P, Line 17e, Column B)
raising funds for the general election,
to arrive at net contributions on Line 14.
TREASURER’S
check both the “Primary Election” box
RESPONSIBILITY
and the “General Election” box.
LINE 15. Subtract the aggregate
A copy of this report shall be
election cycle-to-date total of offsets
LINE 4(a). Check the appropriate box
preserved by the treasurer of the political
to expenditures for operating expenses
for “Type of Report.”
committee for a period of not less than
(Page 2, Form 3P, Line 20(a), Column
3 years after the report was filed. The
B), from the aggregate election cycle-
LINE 4(b). If this is an original report,
treasurer of the political committee is
check the “NO” box. If this is an
to- date total of operating expenditures
responsible for the timely and complete
(Page 2, Form 3P, Line 23, Column B).
amendment to a previous report, check
filing of the report and for the accuracy
the “YES” box.
of any information contained in it.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
LINE 5. Enter the coverage dates (day/
FOR REPORT THAT COVERS
ELECTION CYCLE REPORTING
month/year) for this report. All activity
GENERAL ELECTION DAY
from the ending coverage date of the last
Authorized committees must report
For this report ONLY, principal
report filed must be included.
receipts and disbursements on an
campaign committees must fill out
election-cycle basis. The election cycle
Parts III and V on Page 3 (Post-Election
LINE 6. Enter the total amount of
for disclosure purposes begins the day
Detailed Summary Page) in lieu of filling
cash on hand at the beginning of the
after the previous general election for
out Lines 14 and 15 on the Summary
reporting period. This amount includes:
a seat or office, and ends on the day of
Page. This requirement applies to the
currency; balance on deposit in banks,
the next general election for that seat or
reporting period that includes the date
savings and loan institutions and other
office. See 11 CFR 100.3(b).
of the general election.
depository institutions; certificates of
deposit, traveler’s checks owned by
REPORT PREPARATION
the committee, treasury bills and other
committee investments valued at cost.
• The reporting schedules should be
filled out first so that the totals can
LINE 7. Transfer the amount from Page
be derived for each category.
2, Form 3P, Column A of Line 22 to
• The total figures should be carried
Line 7.
forward to the Detailed Summary
Page and then (where appropriate)
LINE 8. Add Lines 6 and 7 to derive the
from the Detailed Summary Page to
figure for Line 8.
the Summary Page.
LINE 9. Transfer the amount from Page
• The Detailed Summary Page should
2, Form 3P, Column A of Line 30 to
be filled out before completing the
Line 9.
Summary Page.
• Report s prepared by other political
LINE 10. Subtract Line 9 from Line 8 to
committees authorized by the
derive cash on hand at the close of the
candidate are required to be filed
reporting period for Line 10.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC FORM 3P AND RELATED SCHEDULES
contribution is for a primary, general or
the same candidate must be included on
other election. LINE 17(a)(ii) Enter the
this line and not on Line 19(b). These
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FEC
total amount of unitemized contributions
transfers must be itemized on Schedule
FORM 3P, PAGE 2
(other than loans) from individuals/
A-P, regardless of the amount. For
persons other than political committees
each transfer, provide the identification
An authorized committee must
on Line 17(a)(ii). LINE 17(a)(iii) For
(full name and mailing address) of the
report the total amount of receipts and
Columns A, B, and C, add Lines 17(a)
committee, the date and amount of
disbursements during the reporting
(i) and 17(a)(ii) to derive figures for
the transfer and the aggregate election
period and during the election cycle
Line 17(a)(iii).
cycle- to-date total.
on FEC Form 3P. FEC Form 3P, page
2 (Detailed Summary of Receipts and
LINE 17(b). Enter the total amount of
LINE 19(a). Enter the total amount
Disbursements) is broken down into
contributions (other than loans) from
of loans made or guaranteed by the
various categories of receipts and
political party committees on Line
candidate on Line 19(a). This category
disbursements. Use Schedule A-P or
17(b). These contributions must be
includes personal loans from the
Schedule B-P to list each receipt or
itemized on Schedule A-P regardless
candidate and loans from lending
disbursement required to be itemized.
of the amount. For each contribution,
institutions which are secured, endorsed
The total for each category (“Total This
provide the identification (full name
or guaranteed by the candidate and
Period” from Schedule A-P or Schedule
and address) of the committee, the date
used in connection with the candidate’s
B-P) should then be added to unitemized
and amount of the contribution, the
campaign for Federal office. All loans
receipts or disbursements for that
aggregate election cycle-to-date total
made, guaranteed or endorsed by the
category, and entered on the appropriate
and whether the contribution is for a
candidate must be itemized on Schedule
line of the detailed summary. If there
primary, general or other election.
A-P, regardless of the amount. For each
are no receipts or disbursements for a
loan, provide the identification of the
LINE 17(c). Enter the total amount of
particular category for a reporting period
candidate (full name, mailing address,
contributions (other than loans) from
or election cycle, enter “0.”
occupation and name of employer), the
other political committees on Line 17(c).
date and amount of the loan and the
To derive the “election cycle-to-date”
These contributions must be itemized on
aggregate election cycle-to-date total
figure for each category, the political
Schedule A-P regardless of the amount.
(see also instructions for Schedule C-P-
committee should add the “election
For each contribution, include the
1). NOTE: A loan guaranteed by the
cycle-to-date” total from the previous
aggregate election cycle-to-date total,
candidate and any other person(s) must
report to the “Total This Period” from
and whether the contribution is for a
be apportioned between the candidate
Column A for the current report. For the
primary, general or other election. Do
on Line 17(a) and the other person(s)
first report filed for a election cycle, the
not abbreviate committee names.
on Line 17(b).
“election cycle-to-date” figure is equal
to the “Total This Period” figure.
LINE 17(d). Enter the total amount of
LINE 19(b). Enter the total amount of
contributions (other than loans) from the
all other loans received on Line 19(b).
LINE 16. Enter total amount of federal
candidate on Line 17(d). If the candidate
This category includes all other types of
funds received by the committee during
makes one or more contributions during
loans. These loans must be itemized on
the reporting period. These receipts must
the election cycle aggregating in excess
Schedule A-P, regardless of the amount.
be itemized on Schedule A-P regardless
of $200, the committee must provide on
For each loan provide the identification
of the amount.
Schedule A- P the identification of the
(full name, mailing address and where
candidate (full name, mailing address,
LINE 17(a)(i). Enter the total amount
applicable, occupation and name of
occupation and name of employer), the
of itemized contributions (other than
employer) of the person making the
date and amount of each contribution
loans) from individuals/persons other
loan, the date and amount of the loan,
aggregating in excess of $200, and the
than political committees on Line 17(a)
the aggregate election cycle-to-date
aggregate election cycle-to-date totals.
(i). Each contribution made by a person
total and whether the loan is for a
who has made one or more contributions
primary, general or other election.
LINE 17(e). For both Column A and
during the election cycle aggregating
The committee must also provide on
Column B, add Lines 17(a)(iii), 17(b),
in excess of $200 must be itemized
Schedule C-P-1 the identification of any
17(c) and 17(d) to derive figures for
on Schedule A-P. The committee must
endorser or guarantor and the amount of
Line 17(e).
provide the identification (full name,
the endorsement or guarantee (see also
mailing address, occupation and name
LINE 18. Enter the total amount
instructions for Schedule C-P-1).
of employer) of the person, the date and
of transfers from other authorized
amount of each contribution aggregating
committees of the same candidate.
LINE 19(c). For both Column A and
in excess of $200, the aggregate election
Loans and loan repayments received
Column B, add Lines 19(a) and 19(b) to
cycle-to-date total and whether the
from other authorized committees of
derive the figures for Line 19(c).
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LINE 20(a). Enter the total amount
LINE 24. Enter the total amount of
persons other than political committees
of offsets to operating expenditures
transfers to other authorized committees
on Line 20(a). For each person who
(including refunds, rebates and
of the same candidate on Line 24. These
receives a refund of a contribution which
returns of deposits) on Line 20(a).
transfers must be itemized on Schedule
was previously itemized on Schedule
For each person who provides rebates,
B-P, regardless of the amount. For
A-P, the committee must provide on
refunds and other offsets to operating
each transfer, provide the full name
Schedule B- P the full name, mailing
expenditures aggregating in excess
and mailing address of the recipient
address, date and amount, and state
of $200 during the election cycle, the
committee, date and amount, and state
that the purpose of the disbursement is
committee must provide on Schedule
that the purpose of the disbursement is
a “contribution refund.”
A-P the identification of the person,
a “transfer.”
the date and amount of each receipt
LINE 28(b). Enter the total amount of
LINE 25. Enter the total amount of
aggregating in excess of $200 and the
contribution refunds to political party
fundraising disbursements on Line
aggregate election cycle-to-date total.
committees on Line 28(b). All such
25. For each person who receives
refunds must be itemized on Schedule
LINE 20(b). Follow the instructions for
payments for fundraising disbursements
B- P, regardless of the amount. For
line 20(a) to report offsets to fundraising
aggregating in excess of $200 during
each contribution refund, provide the
disbursements.
the election cycle, the committee must
full name, mailing address, date and
provide on Schedule B-P the full name
amount, and state that the purpose of the
LINE 20(c). Follow the instructions for
and mailing address, date, amount and
disbursement is a “contribution refund.”
line 20(a) to report offsets to legal and
purpose of the disbursement.
accounting disbursements.
LINE 28(c). Enter the total amount of
LINE 26. Enter the total amount of exempt
contribution refunds to other political
LINE 20(d). For both Column A and
legal and accounting disbursements
committees on Line 28(c). (See
Column B, add Lines 20(a), 20(b) and
on Line 26. For each person who
instructions for Line 28(b) for other
20(c) to derive the figures for Line 20(d).
receives payments for exempt legal and
reporting requirements.)
accounting disbursements aggregating
LINE 21. Enter the total amount of other
in excess of $200 during the election
LINE 28(d). For both Column A and
receipts (including dividends, interest
cycle, the committee must provide
Column B, add Lines 28(a), 28(b) and
and repayments by persons of loans
on Schedule B- P the full name and
28(c) to derive the figures for Line 28(d).
made by the committee) on Line 21. For
mailing address, the date and amount
each person who provides any dividends,
of each disbursement aggregating in
LINE 29. Enter the total amount of other
interest or other receipts aggregating in
excess of $200 and the purpose of the
disbursements on Line 29. For each
excess of $200 during the election cycle,
disbursement.
person who receives any disbursement(s)
the committee must provide on Schedule
not otherwise disclosed that aggregates
A-P the identification of the person,
LINE 27(a). Enter the total amount
in excess of $200 during the election
the date and amount of each receipt
of loan repayments of loans made or
cycle, the committee must provide the
aggregating in excess of $200 and the
guaranteed by the candidate on Line
full name and address of each such
aggregate election cycle-to-date totals.
27(a). All loan repayments must be
person, together with the date, amount
itemized on Schedule B-P, regardless
and purpose of any such disbursement.
LINE 22. For both Column A and
of the amount. For each person who
Column B, add Lines 16, 17(e), 18,
receives a loan repayment, provide the
LINE 30. For both Column A and
19(c), 20(d) and 21 to derive the figures
full name, mailing address, date and
Column B, add the totals on Lines 23,
for Line 22.
amount, and state that the purpose of the
24, 25, 26, 27(c), 28(d) and 29 to derive
disbursement is a “loan repayment” (see
the figures for Line 30.
LINE 23. Enter the total amount of
also instructions for Schedule C-P-1).
operating expenditures on Line 23.
LINE 31. Enter the total amount of items
Examples of operating expenditures
LINE 27(b). Enter the total amount of
on hand to be liquidated on Line 31. This
are: media advertising, newspaper
loan repayments of all other loans on
category is comprised of contributions
advertising, salaries, travel, rent and
Line 27(b). (See instructions for Line
received by the committee in the form
telephones. For each person who receives
27(a) for other reporting requirements.)
of stocks, bonds, art objects and other
payments for operating expenditures
similar items to be liquidated. The
aggregating in excess of $200 during
LINE 27(c). For both Column A and
amount of such items on hand at the
the election cycle, the Committee must
Column B, add Lines 27(a) and 27(b) to
close of the reporting period must be
provide on Schedule B- P the full name
derive the figures for Line 27(c).
and mailing address, date, amount and
disclosed on Line 31. For additional
purpose of the expenditure (see also
LINE 28(a). Enter the total amount of
information regarding disclosure of
instructions for Schedule B-P).
contribution refunds to individuals/
these items, see 11 CFR 104.13(b).
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