Eric Early for Attorney General 2018
Contributions are not tax deductible. Eric Early for Attorney General 2018 may accept contributions from an individual, business entity, investment firm, labor union, or political action committee up to $7,300 for the primary election and $7,300 for the general election. You may make a single contribution of up to $14,600 at this time. Spouses and domestic partners may each contribute the maximum amount, even if their account is controlled by the same person, as long as they both sign the check, credit card authorization form, or accompanying letter. A Small Contributor Committee may contribute $14,600 per election, or $29,200 at this time. The campaign cannot deposit your contribution without your name, street address, occupation and employer, and does not accept cash, cashiers checks or money orders. A business and its owner, partnership with the same general partner, and other affiliated entities are subject to a single, combined limit of $7,300 per election. The campaign cannot accept contributions which have been reimbursed by another person unless you inform us of the true source of the contribution, and cannot accept contributions from foreign nationals unless they are permanent residents. State lobbyists registered to lobby the California Department of Justice may not contribute, and state lobbying firms may not contribute if a lobbyist/owner participates in the contribution decision.
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