Federal Election Law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 per election cycle (enter "none" or "retired" if not employed). Contributions are not deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes. All contributions are subject to the limitations of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Only personal and PAC checks or personal credit cards are acceptable. Individuals can give $2,400 to the primary and $2,400 to the general election. A couple can give $4,800 to the primary and $4,800 to the general election. Qualified federal PACS may contribute $5,000 per election and non-qualified federal PACS may contribute $2,400 per election. CONTRIBUTIONS MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED FROM CORPORATIONS, LABOR ORGANIZATIONS, FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS OR FROM FOREIGN NATIONALS UNLESS THEY ARE RESIDENT ALIENS (GREEN CARD HOLDERS). FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS REIMBURSING DONORS FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS.
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