Federal Election Commission

Federal Election Commission

Federal Election Commission


999 E Street, NW Washington, DC

Type of Company



Human Resources & Personnel Services
Holding Companies

Company Description

Federal Election Commission is focused on the administration and enforcement of the Federal Election Campaign Act, which is the statute governing the financing of federal elections. The organization’s duties include disclosing campaign finance information, enforcing the provisions of the law such as the limits and prohibitions on contributions, and to oversee the public funding of the presidential elections. The commission is made up of 6 members who serve a six year term, with two of these seats subjected to appointment every two years. By law, no more than three Commissioners can be members of the same political party, and at least four votes are required for any official Commission action. This structure was created to encourage non-partisan decisions. The chairmanship of the commission rotates among the members each year, with no member serving as chairman more than once during his or her term. Federal Election Commission was formed in 1975 and is headquartered in Washington, D.C., United States.

Executives & Employees

Acting Chief Financial Officer

Deputy Staff Director & Chief Compliance Officer

Associate General Counsel

Chief Information Officer, Staff Director



Inspector General

Inspector General


Chair at Federal Election Commission

Commissioner at Federal Election Commission

Commissioner at Federal Election Commission

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