per account, per year
“PAC” here refers to a committee that makes contributions to other federal political committees.
Independent-expenditure-only political committees (sometimes called “super PACs”) may accept
unlimited contributions, including from corporations and labor organizations.
The limits in this column apply to a national party committee’s accounts for: (i) the presidential
party headquarters buildings. A party’s national committee, Senate campaign committee and House
campaign committee are each considered separate national party committees with separate limits. Only
a national party committee, not the parties’ national congressional campaign committees, may have an
account for the presidential nominating convention.
$46,800 combined per campaign to each Senate candidate.
This publication provides guidance on certain aspects of federal campaign finance law. This publication is
rights for or on any person or bind the Federal Election Commission (Commission) or the public. The
reader is encouraged also to consult the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971, as amended,
Commission regulations, Commission advisory opinions, and applicable court decisions.
For further information, please contact:
Federal Election Commission
999 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20463
(800) 424-9530; (202) 694-1100