|Political donations to non - federal campaigns||POW1||10/10/11 1:26 PM|
We are working with a couple local candidates who would like to collect donations via Google Checkout. I noticed you must be a Federal or a PAC for straight donations. Is it legal if we sell T-Shirts on the political sites to raise funds for our local candidates. Thank - you in advance for your suggestions and ideas.
|Re: Political donations to non - federal campaigns||shamor||10/31/11 8:13 AM|
|Re: Political donations to non - federal campaigns||Pettis||1/1/12 2:32 PM|
I am a local city councilman. I want to use this service, but am not a federal candidate nor a federal PAC, but I am registered with the California Fair Political Practices Committee. What can I do?
|Re: Political donations to non - federal campaigns||DFIdaho||1/3/12 12:03 PM|
Same question I have... Also, I don't want to make potential contributors sign up for an account. I just want them to easily enter their credit card info!
|Re: Political donations to non - federal campaigns||Komalny||1/17/12 7:56 PM|
I suggest you visit this informative Help Center article http://support.google.com/checkout/sell/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=134471. If this does not answer your question, please write to us at https://support.google.com/checkout/sell/bin/request.py?hl=en&ctx=f2h and we will forward your questions to the concerned team. In case you get an automated response, please feel free to reply again and we will be happy to help.
|Re: Political donations to non - federal campaigns||JGamm||6/18/12 8:53 AM|
Has there been any resolution to this issue of using Checkout for non-federal campaign committees? I am working around it with the "buy now" button, but I see that I have to "ship" in order to resolve the account. Any suggestions about how to avoid the "shipping" stage for political contributions to state campaign committees?