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Special Election (March 3, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by March 10, 2021

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Special election committees for the March 3, 2020 special election that have not filed a closing report and thus still have a 2020 committee account open have a C-4 or C-6 due by March 10, 2021. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from September 6, 2020 through March 5, 2021. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (May 5, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by March 10, 2021

Beall, Katie 0 28

Special election committees for the May 5, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by March 10, 2021. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from September 6, 2020 through March 5, 2021. Reports are required for any school election committees who still have a 2020 commitee account open. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (March 3, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by September 10, 2020

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Special election committees for the March 3, 2020 special election that have not filed a closing report and thus still have a 2020 committee account open have a C-4 or C-6 due by September 10, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from March 19, 2020 through September 5, 2020. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (May 5, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by September 10, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 51

Special election committees for the May 5, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by September 10, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from May 6, 2020 through September 5, 2020. Reports are required for any school election committees who still have a 2020 commitee account open. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (05/05/2020 election) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by May 25, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 59

Special election committees for the May 5, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by May 25, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from April 19 through May 20,2020. This report may also be the special election committee's closing report if all debts are paid and no more campaign activity is anticipated. Otherwise, a closing report must be filed later. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (May 5, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by April 23, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 77

Special election committees for the May 5, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by April 23, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from March 27, 2020 through April 18, 2020. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (05/05/2020 election) Committees: C-7 & C-7E Reporting Period from April 19 through May 5, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 82

All special election (for 05/05/2020 election) committees must file: 

1. A C-7 form within two business days any time that they receive a contribution of $500 or more between April 19 through May 5, 2020. The C-7 must be filed in CERS.
2. A C-7E form within two business days any time an expenditure of $500 or more is made between April 19 through May 5, 2020. The C-7E must be filed in CERS.

Special Election (May 5, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by March 31, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 108

Special election committees for the May 5, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by March 31, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from March 2, 2020 through March 26, 2020. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (March 3, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by March 23, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 97

Special election committees for the March 3, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by March 23, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from February 16th through March 18th. This report may also be the special election committee's closing report if all debts are paid and no more campaign activity is anticipated. Otherwise, a closing report must be filed later. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

Special Election (May 5, 2020) Committees: C-6 or C-4 report due by March 6, 2020

Beall, Katie 0 100

Special election committees for the May 5, 2020 special election have a C-4 or C-6 due by March 6, 2020. The campaign finance report covers all transactions, if any, that occur from the date of the committee's first activity throgh March 1, 2020. 

Incidental political committees use Form C-4 to report financial activities; all other committees (political party, ballot issue, and independent (PAC) committees) use Form C-6 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). 

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