The Federal Election Commission of United State of America in the year 1975. The Federal Election Commission is an autonomous constitutional agency which is responsible to conduct the elections in the United States of America. The Federal Election Commission consists of 6 Commissioners; these Commissioners are appointed by the President of US. Among the 6 Commissioners of Federal Election Commission only three can be appointed from the same party.Sponsored Links
US FEC – Federal Election Commission:
|1||FEC Chairman||Ellen L. Weintraub||Democrat|
|2||FEC Vice-Chairman||Matthew S. Peterson||Republican|
|3||FEC Commissioner||Caroline C. Hunter||Republican|
|4||FEC Commissioner||Steven T. Walther||Independent|
US FEC – Federal Election Commission Duties:
- FEC is responsible for disclosure of funds raised to Federal Elections.
- FEC is responsible for disclosure of funds spent to Federal Elections.
- Restrictions on Contributions made to influence Federal Elections.
- Restrictions on Expenditure made to influence Federal Elections.
- Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns.
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