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I would very much appreciate your endorsement of my candidacy as a Justice of the Fifth Court of Appeals. To endorse my candidacy and share your views with fellow voters, please complete this form.

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You may contribute to my campaign by mailing your personal check to the address below or use the link to make a donation by credit card online through our secure server:

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Whitehill for Justice Campaign, Jonathan D. Neerman Treasurer,

1505 Elm St., #1601, Dallas, TX 75201

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CONTRIBUTION REGULATIONS

Texas law limits how much you may contribute to a judicial campaign and when you may do so.

You may contribute to judicial candidates beginning 210 days before the official filing deadline. And, you may contribute until 120 days after the candidate’s name last appeared on the ballot. For the November 4, 2014 election cycle, you may contribute through March 5, 2015.

Because we did not have a primary or general election opponent for the 2014 election cycle, individuals may contribute up to $6,250 to our campaign. Total contributions by a person, that person’s spouse, and that person’s minor children may not exceed the $6,250 limit.

Likewise, a law firm may not contribute more than $6,250. The total amount that the lawyers in a law firm and the law firm may contribute is $37,500.

Total contributions from general-purpose political committees, including monetary and in-kind contributions, may not exceed $75,000.

Corporations, in general, cannot contribute to campaigns. However, an exception is made for professional corporations, which may contribute as long as the limit for contributions from a single professional corporation is observed.