NJ Elec Complaince

NJ Election Law requires political committees to report the name, mailing
address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose
contributions aggregate in excess of $300 in a calendar year.

I hereby certify that:
□I am a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien.
□The funds being contributed are my own and were not provided to me by
another person or entity for the purpose of making this contribution.
□I am not a “business entity” nor am I the spouse or child of an
individual meeting the definition of a “business entity” as defined by
N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.3 et seq. and by Executive Order 117, that holds or is
seeking a contract with the State of New Jersey in an amount in excess of
$17,500 or I am contributing an amount less than $300.

Please put this information at the bottom of the donation page:

CONTRIBUTION INFORMATION:
Proceeds will benefit the Organization for Economic Growth. New Jersey law
prohibits entities operating in certain regulated industries (casinos,
financial institutions, insurance companies, utilities) from contributing.
Business entities doing or seeking to do business with the State of New
Jersey and certain individuals associated with those vendors may also be
prohibited from contributing in excess of $300 per election per candidate,
and $300 per calendar year per political party. Election Law allows
contributions with a limit of $7,200 annually from individuals, PAC’s and
corporations. Contributions are not deductible for income tax purposes.

A partnership or limited liability company may not contribute as an entity.
However a check from a partnership or limited liability company may be
accepted so long as it is accompanied by a letter allocating the
contribution to the individual partner(s) or member(s) and is signed by each
contributing partner or member. The letter must include each contributing
partner’s home address. A partner’s total contribution, through the
partnership and personally, cannot exceed the $7,200 annual limit.

Paid for by Organization for Economic Growth, Kathleen Donohue, Treasurer