Elections Matter, Be Heard! So that Folsom residents could protect their quality of life and control their destiny, over seventy years ago the Folsom Chamber of Commerce led the campaign to establish Folsom as a city. Since then, Folsom has been consistently ranked as one of the best places to start a business and raise a family. This did not come about by chance or luck. It was because Folsom’s political leaders and small business community are committed to protecting our economy and jobs, keeping our neighborhoods safe, and ensuring that we have the finest parks and schools. All the state and national recognition Folsom has received demonstrates that we live in an exceptional community and our future holds even greater promise. We hope you agree. Please consider making a contribution so that Folsom’s business community can continue to support candidates who will always put Folsom first. Enclosed is my BIZPAC donation for:
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Contributions to Folsom BizPAC are not tax deductible for federal or state income tax purposes. State law requires us to collect the name, address, occupation and employer of contributors of $50 or more in a calendar year. The PAC reports contributors of $100 or more. Folsom BizPAC is permitted to accept contributions from individuals, corporations, partnerships, and most other sources. Contributors of $10,000 or more in campaign contributions to California state and/or local candidates, ballot measures, PACs and/or political parties in a calendar year are “Major Donors” and maintain their own reporting obligations. Contact the FPPC for more information.