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Calculating the coordinated party expenditure limits

Nominee Formula
Presidential nominee National voting age population x 2 cents x COLA
Senate nominee The greater of $20,000 x cost-of-living-adjustment (COLA) or 2 cents x state voting age population x COLA*
House nominee in state with only one representative $20,000 x COLA
House nominee in other states $10,000 x COLA
Nominee for Delegate or Resident Commissioner** $10,000 x COLA

*See table on the Coordinated party expenditure limits web page.

**American Samoa, the District of Columbia, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the Virgin Islands elect Delegates; Puerto Rico elects a Resident Commissioner.