What are the Campaign Contribution Limits in Yolo County?

Campaign Contribution Limits may have changed on January 1, 2021.

Per Assembly Bill 571 (AB 571) which took effect on January 1, 2021, state campaign contribution limits apply by default to city and county candidates if their local jurisdiction has not already enacted their own contribution limits. Along with this change, there are also other related provisions that formerly applied only to state level candidates that will now apply to city and county candidates. See the AB 571: Local Contribution Limits Fact Sheet on the Campaign Rules page of the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) website for more details.

Please note that none of the provisions of AB 571 discussed in the fact sheet apply to candidates in cities or counties for which the city or county has enacted campaign contribution limits.

Local ordinances are posted at https://www.fppc.ca.gov/learn/campaign-rules/local-campaign-ordinances.html. All information should be verified with the local government agency within the local jurisdiction.

County Offices

Yolo County has not adopted campaign contribution limits and will default to the state campaign contribution limit for 2021-2022 at $4,900 per election. Current state contribution limits can be found on the FPPC website at http://www.fppc.ca.gov/learn/campaign-rules/state-contribution-limits.html.

City Offices

Some cities may place contribution limits on campaigns for city offices. See the Cities section for local ordinances posted at https://www.fppc.ca.gov/learn/campaign-rules/local-campaign-ordinances.html. For more information, please contact your city clerk:


Zoe Mirabile, City Clerk

(530) 757-5648

[email protected]

West Sacramento

Jennifer Cusmir, City Clerk

(916) 617-4500

[email protected]


Shelly Gunby, City Clerk

(530) 794-6702

[email protected]


Ana Gonzalez, City Clerk

(530) 661-5806

[email protected]

State Offices

For information on state offices, visit the Secretary of State website and the FPPC website.