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06/03/2021

How much can I donate to a presidential candidate?

How much can I donate to a presidential candidate?

Contribution limits for 2021-2022 federal elections

Recipient
Candidate committee
Donor Individual $2,900* per election
Candidate committee $2,000 per election
PAC: multicandidate $5,000 per election

What is the purpose of super PACs?

Super PACs are independent expenditure-only political committees that may receive unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations, labor unions and other political action committees for the purpose of financing independent expenditures and other independent political activity.

How much money can I donate to a presidential candidate?

Federal contribution limits

DONORS RECIPIENTS
Candidate Committee National Party Committee
Individual $2,800 per election $35,500 per year
Candidate Committee $2,000 per election Unlimited Transfers
PAC – Multicandidate $5,000 per election $15,000 per year

Can my employer fire me if I am on disability?

Under California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), your employer cannot terminate you for disability leave. Your employer is legally required to provide you with “reasonable accommodations”, which can include part-time or modified work shcedules and other similar accommodations.

Can HR ask for medical records?

An employer cannot ask a medical professional for an employee’s medical records, or information about an employee’s health, without permission from the employee. Employers cannot request that an employee discloses information about any health conditions that arise during employment.

Does medical history show up on background check?

Can employee background checks include medical information? It depends. In general, consumer reporting agencies that perform background checks cannot include medical information in your background check unless you consent and the information is relevant to the job you are seeking. See FCRA § 604(g) and Cal.