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New Contribution Limits for 2013-2014 Federal Election Cycle

Posted in Campaign Finance

By Randy Nuckolls

Yesterday,  the FEC announced new Contribution Limits for the 2013-2014 federal election cycle.   The Individual contribution limit was increased from $2,500 to $2,600 per person per election.  The limit for individual contributions to a national party committee was raised from $30,800 to $32,400 and the total individual overall biennial limit was raised to $123,200 ($48,600 to all candidates and $74,600 to all PACs and parties).  The cap on how much a national party may give to a Senate candidate was raised from $43,100 to $45,400.   Please see the full chart of contribution limits here.  

The threshold for the amount of campaign contributions subject to reporting by a candidate committee or leadership PAC as a  “bundled contribution” was increased $17,100.  Please see the full information here.