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Candidate endorsements

June 10, 2024

At this point in the election cycle, candidates often begin to endorse other candidates in public communications. As long as the public communication neither promotes or supports the endorsing candidate nor attacks or opposes that candidate's opponents, the endorsed candidate’s campaign does not make an in-kind contribution to the endorsing candidate.

For more information on ways candidates can support one another in campaign materials and public communications, see our Support from other campaigns web page. Corporations and labor organizations should consult this page for more rules on endorsing candidates before the restricted class or the general public.