Florida Elections Commission
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The Florida Election Commission (FEC) is an organisation set up in 1973 to enforce campaign finance laws in the United States' state of Florida. "The commission is composed of nine members appointed by the governor."
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- "Our History", Fec.state.fl.us, retrieved September 20, 2020
- Chris Haughee (1986). "The Florida Election Campaign Financing Act: A Bold Approach to Public Financing of Elections". Florida State University Law Review.
- A Review of the Florida Elections Commission (PDF), 1999,
Prepared for The Florida House of Representatives by The Committee on Election Reform
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