The campaign for Congressional candidate Tatiana Matta has missed two federal financial reporting deadlines, according to the Federal Election Commission.
Matta is challenging Kern County Congressman Kevin McCarthy for his seat representing California's 23rd Congressional District.
Candidates running for the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate are required to submit campaign financial reports to the Federal Election Commission.
The FEC confirms that the campaign, Tatiana Matta for Congress, missed two recent deadlines for filings. The October quarterly financial report should have been filed by Oct. 15. The pre-general financial report should have been filed by Oct. 25. Matta's campaign missed both deadlines.
The FEC says two letters have been sent to the campaign, informing it of the missed deadlines.
FEC officials say failing to timely file financial reports could lead to fines.
The most recent filings for Matta's campaign show financial statements up until June 30.
Statements show Matta's campaign raised $34,974.57 up to that point.