As long as the Cruz presidential committee has money–and it has more than $6.3 million now–it must return your donation, if you ask for it.
Cruz for President
PO BOX 25376
HOUSTON, Texas 77265
Note the amount of your toal donation, and send your letter return-receipt-requested. If you have a receipt from Cruz, send a copy.
If you have better uses for your own money than Ted, waste no time. He could transfer some or all of it to his 2018 senate reelection campaign.
All campaign finance reports filed by Presidential committees and political committees supporting Presidential candidates are available for review and copying at the FEC’s Public Records Office.10 The office puts reports on the public record within 48 hours after their receipt. They contain detailed campaign finance information, including itemized accounts of contributions and expenditures in excess of $200 and debts and obligations owed to or by the candidate or committee. Additionally, the Public Records Office makes available computer indexes, statistical studies summarizing data taken from reports and lists of individuals whose contributions enabled Presidential candidates to qualify for matching funds.
The office also receives and makes public the reports on personal finances filed by Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates (except incumbent officeholders, who file with the Office of Government Ethics). These reports are required under the Ethics in Government Act of 1978, over which the FEC has no enforcement jurisdiction.
Those outside the Washington area may request documents by phone or mail. When identifying the documents you want, please try to include as much information as possible, such as the full name of the political committee reporting, the date or type of report or document desired, and your address and telephone number. The FEC charges 5 cents per photocopied page, and 15 cents per page for paper copies made from microfilm, payable in advance.
Sometimes a preliminary phone call can help you pinpoint your request and thereby expedite the FEC’s response. Call toll free 800/424-9530 and ask for the Public Records Office or call 202/694-1120.
Federal Election Commission, 999 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20463 (800) 424-9530 In Washington (202) 694-1100
For the hearing impaired, TTY (202) 219-3336