Template:Infobox U.S. federal election campaign/doc

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Usage[edit]

{{{committee}}}
[[File:{{{logo}}}|frameless|alt={{{logo_alt}}}|upright={{{logo_upright}}}|{{{logo_alt}}}]]
Campaign {{{campaign}}}
Candidate {{{candidate}}}
Affiliation {{{affiliation}}}
Status {{{status}}}
Headquarters {{{headquarters}}}
Key people {{{key_people}}}
Receipts US${{{receipts}}}{{{receipts_footnote}}} ({{{fec_date}}})
Slogan {{{slogan}}}
Theme song {{{themesong}}}
Chant {{{chant}}}
Website
{{{website}}}
{{Infobox U.S. federal election campaign
| committee    = 
| logo         = 
| logo_alt     = 
| campaign     = 
| candidate    = 
| affiliation  = 
| status       = 
| headquarters = 
| key_people   = 
| receipts     = 
| receipts_footnote = 
| fec_date     = 
| slogan       = 
| themesong    = 
| chant        = 
| successor =
| website      = 
}}

Example[edit]

Richardson for President
Campaign U.S. presidential election, 2008
Candidate Bill Richardson
Affiliation Democratic Party
Status Withdrawn
Headquarters Santa Fe, New Mexico
Key people
  • Dave Contarino (Manager)
  • Amanda Cooper (Deputy Manager)
Receipts US$23.6 (2007-12-31)
Slogan Real Experience,
Real Accomplishments
Website
www.richardsonforpresident.com
{{Infobox U.S. federal election campaign
| committee    = Richardson for President
| logo         = 
| campaign     = [[United States presidential election, 2008|U.S. presidential election, 2008]]
| candidate    = [[Bill Richardson]]
| cand_id      = P80003411
| fec_date     = 2007-09-30
| status       = Withdrawn
| affiliation  = [[Democratic Party (United States)|Democratic Party]]
| headquarters = [[Santa Fe, New Mexico]]
| key_people   = {{Ubl|Dave Contarino (Manager)|Amanda Cooper (Deputy Manager)}}
| receipts     = 18.7
| slogan       = Real experience, <br />Real Accomplishments
| themesong    =
| website      = {{URL|http://www.richardsonforpresident.com/}}
}}

Parameters[edit]

All fields are optional.

committee 
Name of campaign's authorized committee, as listed with the FEC. Drop candidate's first name, "2008", or "Inc."), if preferred.
logo 
Campaign logo
campaign 
General election campaign article (abbreviate "United States" as "U.S.")
Example: U.S. presidential election, 2008
candidate 
Candidate's first and last names
cand_id 
FEC candidate identification number. To locate, open Presidential[dead link] or House and Senate[dead link] at FEC and click on candidate name to view cand_ID number in url.
Example: P80003411
fec_date 
Date of most recent FEC quarterly statistics in [YYYY]-[MM]-[DD] format.
Example: 2007-09-30
status 
Indicate if campaign is no longer active.
Example: Withdrawn
affiliation 
Political party affiliation
headquarters 
Location of campaign headquarters
key_people 
Individuals most closely associated with the campaign. Limit to at most two or three people. To avoid red links, only link names with existing Wikipedia articles.
receipts 
Total campaign contributions as indicated by the most recent Presidential or House and Senate[dead link] statistics from the FEC in millions of US$ (do not add dollar sign).
Example: 18.5
slogan 
Slogan used by the campaign.
themesong 
Theme song
website 
Campaign website