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  • PART I ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT
  • TITLE VIII ELECTIONS
  • CHAPTER 55 DISCLOSURE AND REGULATION OF CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES AND CONTRIBUTIONS
  • Section 6A Contributions from political action committees; limitations

Section 6A. A candidate and such candidate’s committee shall not accept any contribution from a political action committee if such contribution would result in such candidate and such committee together receiving from all political action committees aggregate contributions in any calendar year in excess of the following amounts:

(a) a candidate for governor, including contributions jointly to such candidate for governor and a candidate for lieutenant governor in a state election—one hundred and fifty thousand dollars;

(b) a candidate for lieutenant governor—thirty-one thousand, two hundred and fifty dollars;

(c) a candidate for attorney general—sixty-two thousand, five hundred dollars;

(d) a candidate for state secretary, state treasurer, and state auditor—thirty-seven thousand, five hundred dollars;

(e) a candidate for state senator, county commissioner, governor’s councillor, district attorney, clerk of courts, register of probate, registrar of deeds or any other county officer—eighteen thousand, seven hundred and fifty dollars;

(f) a candidate for state representative—seven thousand, five hundred dollars.