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Official Intructions:

From The City Auditor's Page

To qualify for public funding, candidates for Commissioner and Auditor must obtain 1,000 $5 qualifying contributions from City residents by the end of the qualifying period (March 30, 2006).
* A contributor may be their own solicitor, provided they complete both the contributor and solicitor sections on the form.
* A qualifying contribution must be $5 exactly and may be made in the form of cash, check or money order payable to the candidate or candidate's principal campaign committee.
* Qualifying contributions do not need to come from registered voters, provided the individual is a resident of the City of Portland. However, please note that under federal law foreign nationals are prohibited from making campaign contributions. See the Campaign Finance Manual published by the Secretary of State's office for more information.
* Also, candidates should be aware that a Portland address/zip code does not necessarily mean the residence is in the City limits. Many addresses in unincorporated Washington & Clackamas County have Portland zip codes. However, as of May 2004 there were only 707 registered Portland voters in Washington County and 443 in Clackamas County. It is the candidate's responsibility to ensure that qualifying contributions only come from Portland residents.
* City residents may give qualifying contributions to more than one candidate for City office.
* City residents may only give one qualifying contribution to any one candidate for City office.