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ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by January 31, 2021

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from November 26th through December 31, 2020

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Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by January 31, 2021. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from November 26th through December 31, 2020. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

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An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by November 30, 2020

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from October 26th through November 25th

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Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by November 30, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from October 26th through November 25th. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

More details:

An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by October 30, 2020

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from September 26th through October 25th

Beall, Katie 0 68

Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by October 30, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from September 26th through October 25th. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

More details:

An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

ALL Committees: C-7E Reporting Period Begins (From October 26th through November 3rd)

The C-7E must be filed within two business days after making the expenditure or after incurring a debt of $500 or more.

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All committees must file a C-7E Notice of Pre-Election Expenditures form if they make an expenditure or incur a debt or obligation of $500 or more  (as described in 13-35-225(1), MCA) between October 26th through November 3rd (13-37-226, MCA). The C-7E must be filed within two business days hours after making the expenditure or after incurring a debt of $500 or more.

Please note: all expenditures reported on a C-7E form MUST be included on the next financial report.

ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by September 30, 2020

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from August 26th through September 25th

Beall, Katie 0 60

Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by September 30, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from August 26th through September 25th. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

More details:

An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

2019 City Election Committees: C-4 or C-6 required if 2019 committee account still open

Report covers March 6 through September 5, 2020

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2019 city election committees who still have a 2019 committee account open must file a C-4 (incidental committees) or C-6 (political committees) by September 10, 2020. The campaign finance report will cover March 6th through September 5th, 2020. 

◾Incidental Political Committees will file a C-4 report (C-4 guide)
◾Political Committees will file a C-6 report (C-6 guide)

ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by August 30, 2020

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from June 26th through August 25th

Beall, Katie 0 68

Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by August 30, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from June 26th through August 25th. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

More details:

An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by June 30, 2020.

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from May 26th through June 2nd

Beall, Katie 0 72

Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by June 30, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from May 26th through June 25th. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

More details:

An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

ALL committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by May 30, 2020.

The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from April 26th through May 25th

Beall, Katie 0 77

Committees have a C-4 or C-6 due by May 30, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from April 26th through May 25th. Incidental political committees use Form C-4 (C-4 guide) to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 (C-6 guide) to detail all contributions received and expenditures made during a specific timeframe. C-4s and C-6s must be filed in CERS.

More details:

An incidental committee is a political committee which is not organized or maintained for the primary purpose of influencing elections but which may incidentally become a political committee by reason of making a contribution or expenditure to support or oppose a candidate and/or issue (Administrative Rules of Montana 44.10.327(2)(c)). 

Each county, municipal, and school district committee is required to file campaign finance reports if contributions received or expenditures made exceed $500 (in total). 

After November 2019, all committees will file campaign finance reports on the same date and for the same time period.

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