Are you having an issue with a candidate or campaign in Panama City, Florida? If so, you can file a complaint with the Commission. To do so, you must use the Commission's complaint form (FEC form) which can be downloaded from the bottom of this web page. According to Rule 2B-1.0025 of the Florida Administrative Code, your complaint must meet certain criteria in order to be considered sufficient. However, this does not stop either the complainant or the defendant from disclosing the substance of the complaint or the response to it, or from engaging in conduct that leads to the publication of information contained in the complaint. If a settlement is not reached after at least 30 days, the Commission can file a lawsuit against the defendant in federal district court.
The Commission's policy statement regarding matters that are in the initial phase of implementation is outlined in 72 Fed. Cases are prioritized and maintained at the Law Enforcement Division's Claims Office, which examines 26% of them. In some cases, they may be referred to the Office of Alternative Dispute Resolution or the Administrative Fines Program. If you disagree with the Commission's dismissal of your complaint or believe that they failed to act in a timely manner, you can file a petition in the U. S. court system.
This is your right as a complainant.