This fact sheet provides an overview of how lobbying is defined for organizations that measure their lobbying under the 501(h) expenditure test.
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Posted by Abby Levine on October 15, 2014
All 501(c)(3)s know that they cannot support candidates in partisan elections, such as for the U.S. Senate, House of Representatives and governorships. But occasionally overlooked is that c3s cannot support or oppose ANY candidate for public office, even in nonpartisan elections.