PLEASE READ – DONATION LIMITS HAVE INCREASED AFTER LATEST CENSUS IN COLLIN COUNTY: Under Texas law, judicial campaigns must follow donation limits and rules set by the Texas Ethics Commission. Individuals and non-corporate entities may contribute a maximum of $5,000 for each election. For purposes of the $5,000 limit per person, any donation by a person's minor child/dependent counts toward that person's limit. Please note that Texas law has changed so that the non-dependent spouse of a donor can also give $5,000 and it does not count towards the limit for the other adult/s in the household (example: an adult couple living in the same house can donate $5,000 each, in separate donations). Texas judicial campaigns may not accept donations from traditional corporations; however, professional corporations and partnerships that do not include a traditional corporate member may contribute (example: PLLC, LLP, PC, and other typical law firm entity types). A law firm entity and its members may donate up to $30,000 maximum per election, as long as no individual donation by a firm member exceeds $5,000. All contributions must be made from personal funds unless through a PAC or law firm and may not be reimbursed by any other person. Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.
Pol. Adv. Pd. For by Judge Jennifer Edgeworth Campaign, Treasurer, Pat Greer. In Compliance with the voluntary limits of the Judicial Campaign Fairness Act and the Fair Campaign Practices Act.