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Campaign Contribution Limits Rise Again

08 Feb 2013

Campaign Contribution Limits Rise Again

Roll Call reports that the FEC announced that individuals will now be able to contribute $2,600 to a candidate during both the primary and general elections … The new upper limit on calendar-year donations to a national party committee will now be $32,400, and total federal contributions over a two-year election period will now go as high as $123,200, including $48,600 to candidates and $74,600 to parties and political action committees.

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