Corporate Political Activity
This Corporate Political Activity [US] online training course is designed for all employees in all industries. It provides an overview of what corporations and individuals can and cannot do with regard to contributing to federal political campaigns and lobbying.
This Corporate Political Activity [US] online training course provides an overview of how corporations and individuals can legally contribute to federal political campaigns and engage in lobbying activities.
Course Learning Objectives
By taking this online Corporate Political Activity [US] course, the user will learn:
- Identify the basic principles governing federal election law and corporate political activity
- Recall the limits on campaign contributions and disclosure requirements
- Describe the parameters placed by federal campaign finance laws on contributions
- Outline the limitations placed on soft-money contributions
- Define expenditures in connection with elections for federal office
- Recall the regulations placed on communications concerning federal elections
- Outline the rules regarding collecting contributions in relation to fundraising for a federal candidate or political committee
- Describe the purpose of Political Action Committees, lobbying registration and reports
This online Corporate Political Activity [US] course is made up of the following sections:
- Basic Principles
- Communications with Employees
- Fundraising by Employees
- Volunteer Activities by Employees
- Political Action Committees (PACs)
This Corporate Political Activity [US] online training course was designed for all employees in all industries.
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