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FEC Deadlines for 2020

    Now that the first quarter of 2020 is complete, the deadline for quarterly reports is only two weeks away. While some deadlines have shifted due to changed primary election dates, the FEC does not have the statutory authority to move deadlines for monthly and quarterly filers. All candidate committees must file their first […]

Infographic: The Final Numbers for the GA-6 Special Election

Immediately following the results of the special election in Georgia, we knew two things: Karen Handel won, and it was the most expensive House race in history. However, we didn’t know the exact totals because final FEC reports weren’t due until the end of July. At the time of the election, the New York Times […]

2017 Elections: Special Election in Georgia

Today, voters in the metro Atlanta area will go to the polls to decide the replacement for Dr. Tom Price, the new secretary for Health and Human Services, in the sixth congressional district of Georgia. If last week’s election in Kansas was nationalized as a test of voter satisfaction with President Trump, the special election […]

Infographic: There Are Elections in 2017

With the special election today in Kansas, we are reminded that there are a few elections in 2017. Today’s election will decide who replaces  Rep. Mike Pompeo who moved to the Trump administration to serve as the Director of the CIA. This election is billed as the first test to see if Americans are happy […]

Infographic: Who’s Running for President in 2016?

With 15 (now 16) Republicans and 5 Democrats official running for president in 2016, it can get confusing trying to keep up with all of the candidates and when they entered the race. CMDI created this infographic as a quick resource to help you remember. Click here to see a larger version. Note: The infographic was updated on […]