See Federal Election Commission.
The Federal Election Commission. Founded in 1974, it is the federal agency that oversees federal campaigns. It's considered something of a toothless watchdog, however. It has proven to be very slow to act and not very effective in combatting campaign abuses.
The Federal Elections Commission. The body responsible for governing and enforcing federal campaign finance laws and regulations; it is the recipient of FEC filings.
Federal Election Commission responsible with administering and enforcing the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1975 (FECA), the statute that regulates the financing of federal elections in the United States.
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Federal Election Commission. An independent regulatory agency charged with administering and enforcing federal campaign finance law. The FEC was established by the 1974 amendment of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971.
Federal Election Commission. The U.S. government's monitoring and enforcement agency for federal elections. Created in 1974, the FEC consists of six commissioners who are appointed by the President and confirmed by the U.S. Senate and serve six-year terms. By law, no more than three commissioners may be of the same political party.