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Federal Election Commission - Campaign Contribution Rules and Limits

The purpose of this tab is to request your financial support for my election campaign for the United States Senate and to review the Federal Election Commission rules and contribution limits that apply to my senatorial campaign.  Below is a PDF table that shows the contribution limits for several types of recipients of contributions and donors.  First, I will explain how this donation website relates to the PDF table and then I will list some rules that do not appear in the table.

Click here for the PDF FEC Contributions Limit Table


  1. My campaign is classified as a “Candidate Committee,” which means that contributions to my campaign are limited to a maximum of $2,700 for the primary election in March and $2,700 for the general election in November.  However, these limits apply separately to each spouse, even if only one spouse has income.  You can designate your donations to each of the elections (maximum of $5,400), and if I do not win the primary election, I must return your donation that was designated for the general election.
  2. The campaign may not accept more than $100 in cash from a particular source for each election.
  3. The campaign may not accept more than $50 in cash from an anonymous source for each election.
  4. The value of an in-kind contribution – the usual and normal charge – counts against the contribution limit as a gift of money does.
  5. A national party committee and its Senatorial campaign committee may contribute up to $47,400 combined per campaign to each Senate candidate.

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