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I hereby confirm that my contribution complies with the following rules. (1) Under Colorado statute, political parties may not accept aggregate contributions from any person—other than a small donor committee—that exceed $3,650* per year at the state, county, district, and local levels combined. (2) Political parties may not accept contributions from foreign citizens, foreign corporations, foreign governments, corporations, or labor organizations. (3) They may not accept contributions intended for a specific candidate. (4) They may accept contributions only from United States citizens, lawfully admitted permanent residents of the United States. or LLC's. (5) They may not accept contributions made from the general treasury funds of a corporation, labor organization, national bank, or from an entity or person who is a federal contractor. (6) They may not accept contributions of funds that were provided to the donor by another person or entity for the purpose of making this contribution.