Rockville Centre Campaign finance
Rockville Centre Campaign finance refers to all funds raised in order to promote candidates, political parties, or policies in elections, referendums, initiatives, party activities, and party organizations. If you are running for political office in New York City, you may need help navigating the complicated landscape of the New York City Campaign Finance Board and New York State Board of Elections. Specifically, New York City’s Campaign Finance Board is known to be one of the leaders in local campaign finance reform and is particularly known for their public matching funds program. In the 2013 Citywide primary, 91.8% of the candidates running for city office were participants in the matching funds program and out of the 59 public offices, 54 offices were elected by those in the matching funds program. While the Campaign Finance Board strives to make sure city residents are those who determine the elections, and not special interests, they implement rigorous and unprecedented oversight on all those running.
Here at Falcon, Jacobson & Gertler LLP we aspire to assist you in complying with all current mandates, while adding reassurance and value to your team. We represent clients in campaign finance compliance (including registration, disclosure filing, transitioning, post-election audit and problem resolution) with the New York City Campaign Finance Board and New York State Board of Elections in addition to monitoring contribution and expenditure limits and independent and coordinating expenditures. Whether you are planning on being a participant in the City’s public matching fund program or not, we are here to make things (financially) run as smoothly as possible so you focus on running for office.