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The Solon Amendment

I. All political campaign contributions should derive solely from registered voters within the district, territory or state that the candidate is seeking to represent.

II. Contributions from registered voters shall be limited to a single candidate per office in each primary or general election

III. The total value of all political contributions, monetary or of material value, given by a registered voter during a calendar year shall not exceed 10% of the average per capita income, as determined by the most recent United States census.

IV.. This limit on monetary and material contributions shall not be construed to limit a registered voter, or any other citizen, from contributing any amount of their personal time or labor to any political cause or candidate of their choosing, or in any other way limit the rights of speech or assembly.

Patrick McLaughlin , 07.07.2012, 15:59
Idea status: under consideration


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