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    Contribute $5000 or more to join the Chairman's Circle!

    The Chairman's Circle members provide cornerstones for our organization. 

    Chairman's Circle Benefits include:

    Annual exclusive event

    Quarterly boardroom calls with the Chairman

    Complimentary attendance to Fort Bend County GOP Events

    Complimentary table with two VIP tickets to the annual Lincoln Reagan Dinner

    Annual luncheon with the chairman

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    Members only Access on the website (coming soon)

    Law requires we ask for your employer and occupation. If you don't have an employer or are retired, put N/A, and if you are self-employed put "self-employed" in employer and describe your occupation. Federal Account Contributors may give up to $10,000 per calendar year to the FBCGOP federal account (federal “multicandidate” committees are limited to $5,000). Contributions to the federal accounts of the Republican Party of Texas and other local Republican parties in Texas count against this same limit. Contributions from corporations, labor organizations, foreign nationals (without a “green card”), federal government contractors, and national banks are prohibited. State Account Contributions made to the state account must be made with personal funds and are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. There are no contribution limits associated with the state account. Corporate Account Contributions to the corporate account may be made with corporate funds and are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. There are no contribution limits associated with the state account.Due to state law no corporate donations can be accepted until November 9, 2016. Contributions are not tax deductible.