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New lobbyist bundling threshold and coordinated party expenditure limits

March 2, 2020

Form 3L filers take note: the lobbyist bundling disclosure threshold has increased to $19,000 for calendar year 2020.

The Commission has also announced the coordinated party expenditure limits for 2020: $26,464,700 for presidential nominees, $51,900 for House nominees ($103,700 in those states with only one Congressional district) and between $103,700 and $3,175,100 for Senate nominees. The limits for Senate races vary by State—see the chart at our coordinated party expenditure web page for the complete list of limits.