A candidate for the state senate may receive no more than $2,150 in total combined
monetary contributions from all political committees contributing to the candidate's
campaign, and a candidate for the state house of representatives may receive no more
than $1,300 in total combined monetary contributions from all political committees
contributing to the candidate's campaign. The limitations in this section must be multiplied by an inflation factor, which is
determined by dividing the consumer price index for June of the year prior to the
year in which a general election is held by the consumer price index for June 2003.
The resulting figure must be rounded up or down to the nearest $50 increment. The commissioner shall publish the revised limitations as a rule. In-kind contributions must be included in computing these limitation totals. The limitation provided in this section does not apply to contributions made by a
political party eligible for a primary election under 13-10-601.
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