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Contributions to Alaska Colorado Victory 2014 will be allocated as follows: Alaskans for Begich 2014: 50%, Udall for Colorado: 50%. For contributions made on or before the date of a candidate’s primary, the first $2,600/$5,000 of a person's/multicandidate committee's contribution to each committee will be considered designated to the primary election; the second $2,600/$5,000 will be considered designated to the general election. For contributions made after the date of a candidate’s primary, the full amount of the contribution, up to $2,600/$5,000, will be considered for the general election. The Alaska primary will be held on 8/9/2014 and the Colorado primary will be held on 6/24/2014. Any contributor may designate his or her contribution for a particular participant by contacting zamore@capcompliance.com. The allocation formula above may change if any contributor makes a contribution that, when allocated, would exceed the amount that the contributor may lawfully give to any participant.