with Federal law, we must use best efforts to obtain, maintain,
and submit the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer
of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle.
If not employed,
I confirm that the following statements are true and accurate:
•I am not a foreign national who lacks permanent residence
in the United States.
•I am not a Federal government contractor.
•This contribution is made from my own funds, and not those
•This contribution is not made from the funds of a corporation
or labor organization.
•This contribution is made on a personal credit card or debit
card for which I have the legal obligation to pay, and is not made
either on a corporate or business entity card or on the card of
•I am at least eighteen years old.
are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Federal election
law requires political committees to use their best efforts to report
the name, mailing address, occupation and employer for individuals
who contribute. Individuals can contribute $575.00 for the Primary Election and $575.00 for the General Election not to exceed $1,150 during an election cycle. Small Donor Committee’s
can contribute up to $12,250 ($6,125 to the Primary Election; $6,125
to the General Election) during an election cycle. A couple may contribute individually totaling $1,150
per person during the election cycle. Federal election law prohibits contributions
from the general treasury funds of a corporation, labor organization,
or national bank, from any person contributing another’s funds,
from a federal government contractor or from a foreign national
who lacks permanent resident status.