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What’s in the IRS Draft Rules for 501(c)(4)s? (BOLDER ADVOCACY)


In its attempt to define what kinds of activity are “political” and therefore cannot be counted toward a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization’s social welfare purpose, Treasury and the IRS have drawn a very deep and troubling line in the sand. Among our concerns, the proposed rules would define as political a host of election-related activities commonly conducted by 501(c)(4)s, including:
  • campaign advertising
  • voter registration
  • get-out-the-vote efforts
  • voter guides
  • candidate questionnaires
Alliance for Justice RespondsOur statement on the IRS proposal