Thank you for adding your name to the thousands of those asking the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to require that online ads contain disclaimers.
Your signature will be submitted to the FEC before the comment deadline.
You can also draft your own comment and submit it directly to the FEC via their online portal by clicking here.
Here are some talking points to use when submitting your own comment:

**The FEC should require online campaign ads to include disclaimers about who is paying for them — as is required for television and print advertisements.

**Americans have a right to know who is paying for online political ads.

**We need to use every lever at our disposal  to prevent meddling in our elections from happening again, and to ensure that Americans know the source of political messages.

**In the 2016 election, 65 percent of Americans identified the internet, or an online platform, as their leading source of information.

**Our transparency rules are outdated and should be updated to remove references to telegrams and typewriters and updated to include online advertisments.

**78 percent of Americans want full disclosure of who paid for political ads posted to social media platforms. That includes 80 percent of Republicans and 82 percent of Independents.