With the 2022 midterm elections right around the corner, knowing how to navigate the web of federal and state regulations that govern nonprofit organizations’ electoral activities has never been more important. As nonprofits seek to engage politically at every level of government, understanding how to participate in elections – from contributions to communications – while complying with the myriad of limits, disclosure issues, and tax implications is vital to the success of your organization.
Please join Venable’s nationally recognized Political Law practice as we examine several of the key rules and issues nonprofits need to be aware of in order to be politically active with confidence. Discussion topics will include federal and state campaign finance requirements; contributions; independent expenditures; disclosure and disclaimers; House and Senate Ethics rules; and federal tax issues, restrictions, and requirements for 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4), and 501(c)(6) tax-exempt organizations.
Moderators and speakers
Ronald M. Jacobs, Partner and Co-Chair, Political Law Practice, Venable LLP
Lindsay M. Nathan, Partner, Political Law Practice, Venable LLP
James E. Tyrrell, III, Partner, Political Law Practice, Venable LLP