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Contribution rules

  1. I am a U.S. citizen or lawfully admitted permanent resident (i.e., green card holder).
  2. This contribution is made from my own funds, and funds are not being provided to me by another person or entity for the purpose of making this contribution.
  3. I am making this contribution with my own personal credit card and not with a corporate or business credit card or a card issued to another person.
  4. I am at least eighteen years old.
  5. I am not a federal contractor.
Contributions to Lead the Way will be allocated as follows: Contributions will be split evenly between the Way to Lead PAC, Colin Allred for Texas, Spanberger for Congress, Gina Ortiz Jones for Congress, Elizabeth Pannill Fletcher for Congress, Friends of Lucy Mcbath Inc., Carolyn for Congress, Francys Johnson for Congress, Ammar Campa for Congress, Harley Rouda for Congress, Porter for Congress, Cisneros for Congress, Katie Hill for Congress, Angie Craig for Congress, Sharice for Congress, Elaine for Congress, Xochitl for New Mexico, Kirkpatrick for Congress, Lauren Baer for Congress, Debbie for Congress, Donna Shalala for Congress, Dean Phillips for Congress, Aftab for Ohio. The first $2,800 of a person's contribution and the first $5,000 of a multicandidate committee's contribution allocated to each candidate committee will be designated for the candidate's primary election; the second $2,800/$5,000 allocated to each candidate committee will be designated for the candidate's general election. If the candidate's primary election has already occurred, the contribution will be considered designated only to the candidate's general election (if applicable). Way to Lead PAC may receive contributions up to the $5,000 annual maximum per individual, authorized campaign committee, or PAC. Any contributor may designate his or her contribution for a particular participant by contacting dacey@tmwcompliance.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.