- Associated Press - Friday, April 7, 2017

HELENA, Mont. (AP) - A bill under consideration in the Montana House would raise the campaign contribution limits that individuals, political committees and political parties can give to state candidates. A glance at the limits being proposed:

GOVERNOR:

-Individuals and political committees: $1,990 to a candidate per election cycle, which includes both primary and general elections.

- Political parties: $47,700 to a candidate per election cycle.

OTHER STATEWIDE OFFICE:

- Individuals and political committees: $990 per election cycle.

- Political parties: $17,000 per election cycle.

SENATE:

- Individuals and political committees: $530 per election cycle.

- Political parties: $2,800 per election cycle.

- Political committees would be able to contribute no more than $5,600 in total to all candidates in an election cycle.

HOUSE:

- Individuals and political committees: $530 per election cycle.

- Political parties: $2,800 per election cycle.

- Political committees would be able to contribute no more than $3,400 in total to all candidates in an election cycle.


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