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Akron City Council passed an ordinance to increase contribution limits for city candidates. The ordinance increases contribution limits for individuals giving to mayor and at-large council candidates from $750 to $1,000 per election and increases individual limits for ward council […]

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Akron Skyline - by sleepydre

Akron City Council Vice President Jeff Fusco introduced an ordinance to increase contribution limits for city candidates. The ordinance increases contribution limits for individuals giving to mayor and at-large council candidates from $750 to $1,000 per election and increases individual […]

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Ohio Statehouse

The Ohio Secretary of State’s office released the 2021 Campaign Contribution Limits. These limits will be effective from February 25, 2021 through February 24, 2023. Beginning Wednesday, PACs, PCEs and individuals may contribute $13,704.41 per election period to statewide candidates […]

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West Virginia Capitol Building - O Palsson

A bill has been introduced in the Senate setting new limits on political contributions. Senate Bill 566 would reduce current limits on contributions to candidates from $2,800 to $1,000 per election. Additionally, contributions to a PAC related to a particular […]

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Montana Capitol Building - gillfoto

Campaign contribution limits increased following an every other year adjustment to match inflation required by state law. The amount an individual or PAC may give to a campaign for governor rose from $680 to $710 per election. The aggregate amount […]

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February 25, 2019  •  

VA Legislature Adjourns Sine Die

The Virginia General Assembly adjourned sine die on February 24. During the 47-day session, lawmakers failed to pass bills creating campaign contribution limits for candidates for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, or state legislators. A gift notification is due three […]

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Denver Councilman Kevin Flynn is drafting legislation to amend the city ethics code. His proposal will establish a monetary gift limit. Officials or employees in a position to take action benefiting a donor would be prohibited from accepting more than […]

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On May 13, attorney David Couch petitioned the Arkansas Supreme Court to issue a preliminary injunction requiring Attorney General Leslie Rutledge to approve the language of his ethics initiative or offer an alternative as any further delay could cause “irreparable” […]

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2006 ballot measure remains unenforceable

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$3,900 limit for supervisors and countywide candidates

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Increased limits effective immediately

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