If you are doing business with the City, enter the agency and business category. List the "Doing Business Entity" and your relationship in the "Employer" and "Occupation" fields below.
If a contributor has business dealings with the City as defined in the Campaign Finance Act, such contributor may contribute only up to $320 for the Borough President campaign.
A “doing business” contributor is an owner, principal officer, or senior manager of an entity or firm that presently does business with the City, or within the past 12 months, has done business with the City or has bid or applied for business with the City. “Doing business” contributors generally:
- Are registered NYC lobbyists;
- Have one or more contracts, concessions, franchises, or grants that total over $100,000 ($500,000 for construction contracts);
- This excludes emergency contracts and those awarded by competitive sealed bidding;
- Answer a bid or proposal request for a contract, concession, franchise, or grant as described above;
- Enter into or hold an agreement for economic development, including payments in lieu of taxes, City tax incentives, or City financing;
- Hold contracts or proposals for investment of pension funds or related services;
- Are a party to the sale, purchase, or lease of real property with or by the City, except public auction; and
- Make an application subject to Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) or an application for zoning change or special permit.
A contributor is not considered to be doing business with the City simpy because they pay or receive a rebate on City Taxes, work for the City, are in a City pension plan, hire a lobbyist, apply for permits for a 1, 2, or 3 family home, drive a City taxi, or apply for street activity permit or other kinds of individual activities with the City.
Contributions from persons doing business with the City will not be matched with public funds.
For more details or to verify whether you are listed on the Doing Business database, see www.nyccfb.info/doingbusiness.
Contributions are not tax deductible.
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We are unable to accept contributions via American Express.
I understand that State law requires that a contribution be in my name and be from my own funds. I hereby affirm that this contribution is being made from my personal credit card account, billed to and paid by me for my personal use, and having no corporate or business affiliation; and is not being made as a loan.