Political, Election and Campaign Finance Law

As governmental regulation of the political process has grown, so has the need for participants in the process to be aware of the numerous and complex rules that exist at the federal, state, and local levels. Langdon Law regularly provides counsel to candidates, PACs, ballot issue committees, corporations, and political organizations faced with complex election and campaign finance law matters.

We provide our clients with counsel on a broad range of election law and campaign finance issues, including:

  • Establishing federal and state political action committees;
  • Providing a highly responsive point-of-contact for PAC managers and administrators to answer questions concerning the solicitation and handling of contributions, fundraising strategies, and reporting;
  • Reviewing required campaign finance reports for local, state, and federal candidates, PACs, and ballot issue committees;
  • Assisting clients in seeking advisory opinions from government agencies;
  • Providing treasurer-related services;
  • Representing clients in connection with campaign finance law administrative complaints and enforcement proceedings before the Federal Election Commission and state elections commissions and boards;
  • Providing legal guidance related to polling, direct mail, internet communications, and political advertising;
  • Representing clients in recounts, protests, contested elections, and all other election-related matters before state and local election officials.