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  2. This contribution is not made from the general treasury funds of a corporation, labor organization or national bank.  
  3. I am not a foreign national who lacks permanent resident status in the United States.  
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  5. This contribution is made on a personal credit or debit card for which I have legal obligation to pay, and is made neither on a corporate or business entity card nor on the card of another.  
  6. I am at least 18 years old. 
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