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I am asking you to put your trust in me to be your representative in Washington. In order for this to happen, I need to be elected and that takes money. My passion for common sense change in Washington will be my constant priority. Every donation I receive will be one more step closer to a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. No donation is too small and is greatly appreciated. Thank you and God bless.

If paying by check, please send it to the address below and mark on your check “Political Donation“.

Please select from the donation links below.

General Fund Donations – Click Here

The Five Dollar Challenge – Click Here

Political Signs Purchase Donations – Click Here

 

By Giving a Donation:
• I affirm that I am making this contribution via my personal credit or debit card for which I have a legal obligation to pay, and not through a corporate or business entity card or the card of another person.
• My contribution is made from personal funds, and not from the general treasury funds of a corporation, organization or national bank.
• I have not received any funds from another person or entity for the purposes of making this contribution.
• I am a United States citizen, or a Green Card Holder who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence and this contribution will not be reimbursed by another person.

An individual may give a maximum of:

  • $2,700 per election to a Federal candidate or the candidate’s campaign committee.2 Notice that the limit applies separately to each election. Primaries, runoffs and general elections are considered separate elections.
  • $5,000 per calendar year to a PAC. This limit applies to a PAC (political action committee) that supports Federal candidates. (PACs are neither party committees nor candidate committees. Some PACs are sponsored by corporations and unions–trade, industry and labor PACs. Other PACs, often ideological, do not have a corporate or labor sponsor and are therefore called nonconnected PACs.) PACs use your contributions to make their own contributions to Federal candidates and to fund other election-related activities.
  • $10,000 per calendar year to a State or local party committee. A State party committee shares its limits with local party committees in that state unless a local committee’s independence can be demonstrated.
  • $33,400 per calendar year to a national party committee. This limit applies separately to a party’s national committee, House campaign committee and Senate campaign committee.
  • $100 in currency (cash) to any political committee. (Anonymous cash contributions may not exceed $50.) Contributions exceeding $100 must be made by check, money order or other written instrument.

Thanks for your support