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|Posté le: Ven 8 Déc - 05:44 (2017) Sujet du message: What if a candidate is unopposed?
| Federal Level Races – A debate may NOT be held.
Both the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and Federal Communication Commission (FCC) rules define a debate as more than one candidate. If an unopposed candidate was to appear at an LWV candidate forum, it could be interpreted as a contribution to that candidate and jeopardize the League's 501(c) (3) status and nonpartisanship reputation. FCC regulations also preclude broadcast coverage of only one candidate. Instead, unopposed candidates might be invited to meet and greet attendees at the end of another candidate forum and/or contribute a statement to your Voters' Guide.
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