Accusations of “red-boxing” in the 10th District congressional race, explained
Traditional PACs, by contrast, are subject to explicit limits on how much money they can accept and how much they can spend. There is a $5,000 limit on how much PACs may receive from any one individual, PAC or party committee per calendar year. A multicandidate PAC (not established by a corporation or labor union) may contribute up to $5,000 per election to a candidate and $15,000 to a party committee, according to the Campaign Legal Center.
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