Obama’s 2012 candidate FEC filing. Link and read it here

SHARE Obama’s 2012 candidate FEC filing. Link and read it here

WASHINGTON—After President Obama on Monday sent out video, e-mail, text and Facebook notices to supporters that he will seek a second term, his team filed a statement of candidacy with the Federal Election Commission.

Here it is below; the link to the FEC site is here.

FEC FORM 2

STATEMENT OF CANDIDACY

FILING FEC-720229

1. OBAMA, BARACK /BIDEN, JOSEPH R.

NOTE: Address is different than previously reported

PO Box 8102

CHICAGO, IL 60680

2. Identification Number: P80003338

3. Party: Democratic Party

4. Office Sought: President

5-6. State & District of Candidate: ____ – 0

DESIGNATION OF PRINCIPAL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

7. I hereby designate the following named political committee as my Principal Campaign Committee for the 2012 election(s).

Obama for America

FEC ID #: C00431445

PO Box 8102

Chicago, IL 60680

DESIGNATION OF OTHER AUTHORIZED COMMITTEES

8. I hereby designate the following named committee, which is NOT my principal campaign committee, to receive and expend funds on behalf of my candidacy.

Obama Victory Fund 2012

FEC ID #: C00451393

430 South Capitol Street SE

Washington, DC 20003

Obama Victory Fund

FEC ID #: C00451393

430 South Capitol St SE

Washington DC, DC 20003

DECLARATION OF INTENT TO EXPEND PERSONAL FUNDS (House or Senate Only)

9. I intend to expend personal funds exceeding the threshold amount (see 11 C.F.R. 400.9) by

9A. 0.00 for the primary election, and

9B. 0.00 for the general election

Signed as: OBAMA, BARACK /BIDEN, JOSEPH R.

Signed by the candidate on: 04/04/2011

Filed: 04/04/2011

(End FEC FORM 2)

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