PECF

AcronymDefinition
PECFProtestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation (Washington, DC)
PECFPublic Employees Correctional Fund (Public Employees Retirement Association of Minnesota)
PECFPremier Enhanced Cash Fund
PECFPritzker Early Childhood Foundation (est. 2003; Chicago, IL)
PECFPengana Emerging Companies Fund (Sydney, Australia)
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Cole Would eliminate Presidential Election Campaign Fund (PECF) convention funding H.R.
(179.) FEC's website states that "participation in the tax checkoff program has declined each year, from a high of 28.7% for 1980 returns, to 6.6% for returns filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in 2010." Presidential Election Campaign Fund (PECF), FED.
Initially, individual taxpayers could designate $1 ($2 for married couples filing jointly) to the PECF. (5) Congress tripled the checkoff designation from $1 to $3 (and from $2 to $6 for married couples) in 1993.
Congress created the presidential public financing program in the 1971 Revenue Act, which permitted individual taxpayers (except nonresident aliens) to designate $1 ($2 for married couples filing jointly) to the Presidential Election Campaign Fund (PECF), the account that houses public funds.
The checkoff essentially routes the designated portion of one's taxes paid to the PECF rather than to the general treasury.
PECF are diverted from the Treasury's general fund for use by
In 2008, the PECF made $135.7 million in net disbursements for
As of May 2011, approximately $222.7 million remained in the Presidential Election Campaign Fund (PECF), the U.S.
At the close of the 2010 election cycle, approximately $194.5 million remained in the Presidential Election Campaign Fund (PECF), the U.S.
In 2008, eight candidates received PECF matching funds during the
Currently, the Presidential Election Campaign Fund (PECF) provides a 100% match of individual primary contributions up to $250.
Contents Introduction Convention Financing: An Overview Federal Funds Nonfederal Funds Recent Legislative Activity Legislation that Would Affect PECF Convention Funding Policy Issues and Options PECF Convention Funding Maintaining the Status Quo Options that Could Increase or Decrease Federal Convention Funding Security Funds Maintaining the Status Quo Options that Could Increase or Decrease Federal Convention Security Funding Conclusion Introduction