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Candidate or Officeholder Person (individual, business entity, committee/PAC) Small Contributor Committee (see definition below) Political Party
Senate and Assembly $4,400 $8,800 No Limit

 

Person – An individual, proprietorship, firm, partnership, joint venture, syndicate, business trust, company, corporation, limited liability company, association, committee and any other organization or group of persons acting in concert.

Small Contributor Committee – Any committee that meets all of the following: 1) has been in existence for at least six months; 2) receives contributions from 100 or more persons; 3) no one person has contributed more than $200 per calendar year; and 4) the committee makes contributions to five or more candidates. 

Political Party Committee - The state central committee or county central committee of an organization that meets the requirements for recognition as a political party outlined in Section 5100 of the Elections Code.

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The charts below show the current limits per contributor for state offices and committees. The primary, general, special, and special run-off elections are considered separate elections. Contribution limits to candidates apply to each election. Contribution limits to officeholders and other committees apply on a calendar year basis.

2017-2018 Contribution Limits to State Candidates Per Election

Contributor Sources
Candidate or Officeholder Person (individual, business entity, committee/PAC) Small Contributor Committee (see definition below) Political Party
Senate and Assembly $4,400 $8,800 No Limit
 

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