April 15, 2013 •
Removes Aggregate Contribution Limitations
A bill raising the limits of political contributions to candidates in Arizona has been signed into law.
Individuals and noncertified political committees will be able to give $2,500 to candidates running for Arizona local, legislative, and statewide offices. Committees certified by the secretary of state to give at the upper limit can contribute up to $5,000 to a statewide candidate.
The bill removes the aggregate contribution limitations for individuals and some political committees. The law will take effect 90 days after the Legislature adjourns sine die.
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