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Join People for Diaz! If you would prefer to contribute by mail,  click here to download our contribution form.

State law prohibits making a contribution in someone else’s name, reimbursing someone for a contribution made in your name, being reimbursed for a contribution made in your name, or claiming to have made a contribution when a loan is made.

If you have business dealings with the City as defined in the Campaign Finance Act, you may not contribute more than $320 to People for Diaz. This restriction only applies to contributors listed in the City's doing business database. If you would like more information, or to check if you are in the City's doing business database, please click here to visit the Campaign Finance Board's website. If your contribution is over $320, you must click one of the following two boxes:

I have business dealings with the City of New York.
  or
I do not have business dealings with the City of New York.

The maximum contribution to People for Diaz is $3,850. Contributions from New York City residents up to $175 may be matched 6 to 1 by the New York City Campaign Finance Board. People for Diaz may not accept contributions from corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.
 
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Contributions are refundable to the extent required by New York State Election Law and the New York City Campaign Finance Act.