Contributions or gifts to DSCC are not tax deductible. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year.
Contributions or gifts to the Democratic Governors Association are not tax deductible. Please include your employer's address and, for individual contributors, your occupation and employer. Federal law imposes taxes and penalties on political organizations for failing to disclose this information to the IRS. Contributions will be used at the DGA's sole discretion to support its programs and activities. The DGA may use all or part of a contributor’s funds, and disclose them as necessary, in states of its choosing. The DGA files public disclosure reports with the IRS and states in accordance with state election laws.
An individual can contribute as much as $33,400 ($66,800 per couple) per calendar year to the DCCC’s general fund for use at the DCCC’s sole discretion. The next $100,200 of an individual’s contribution will be for the DCCC’s building fund. All amounts in excess of this, up to the legal limits, will be for the DCCC’s recount fund.
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Oregon offers an income tax credit to residents who contribute to qualifying state, federal or local political campaigns. The total credit is limited to $100 on a joint return or $50 on a single or separate return. Please see OregonTaxCredit.com for details. Contributions or gifts to this campaign are not tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes.
Contributions to Friends of Mark Warner are limited to $5,200 per individual ($2,600 for the primary election and $2,600 for the general election) and federal multi-candidate PACs may contribute $10,000 ($5,000 for the primary election and $5,000 for the general election). Spouses (including legally married same-sex couples) may contribute $10,400 ($5,200 each) by one check drawn from a joint account and signed by both individuals.
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