How Do I Meet Florida’s 106.0701 Reporting Requirements in ISP?

Applies To: Florida

Florida Statute 106.0701 requires that candidates for certain offices who solicit contributions for 527 Political Organizations or 501(c)(4)s must report those contributions received and expenditures made on their website within 5 business days.

We’ve made that process easier with the addition of a Compliance Tool specifically designed to provide you an HTML page with contributions and expenditures that meet these requirements. That HTML page can then be embedded in a frame on your website and updated automatically every night by our AI!

Steps to Set Up Florida 106.0701 Reporting Tool

    1. Navigate to Tools > Add/Remove Tools.
    2. Locate the tool called Florida 106.0701 Reporting and click on it.  
    3. You will receive an email by the next day with a link to the HTML page you can use (Note: If you don’t have any transactions entered that would pull for this report, an email with the link will not be sent until that criteria is met).

The link will look something like this:[LowercaseShortDisplayName]/FL1060701.html

Please note, you may need to refer to your website provider for specific instructions on how to add custom HTML into your website design.

We recommend you embed this in an iFrame on your webpage to satisfy the reporting requirement and to make full use of the automation done by the AI. The AI automation will keep this page current with the data in your account.

Sample code of what it will look like in an iFrame:

<iframe src=”[LowercaseShortDisplayName]/FL1060701.html” title=”FL106.0701″></iframe>

Example with an ISP account name in it:

<iframe src=”” title=”FL106.0701″></iframe>

Note: How to embed this code into your webpage can vary slightly between providers, but here is a link to one explaining the process: