The James Smith Campaign respects the privacy of its contributors. It also protects the gifts of its supporters in a manner that engenders confidence. The following Terms and Privacy statements apply to all contacts received through this website

Information Gathered
The James Smith Campaign gathers information about you in order to assess the interests of our current and prospective supporters and offer compelling and easily accessible online content while providing personal privacy protection.

We will never make your name or address available to any other companies or agencies.

Website Visitors and Newsletter Subscribers
The James Smith Campaign asks for information about you in order to provide useful and easily accessible content. We will never sell or make available your name or personally-identifiable information to third parties. It catalogs traffic patterns within the site through non-invasive click-through tracking.

Business Relationships
The The James Smith Campaign website links to other websites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of those sites. Partners who linked from our site may collect information about you when you view or click on their link or content.  The James Smith Campaign has no control over this data collection (we do not benefit from it or have access to it). You should contact specific partners or content providers directly if you have any questions about their privacy policies.

Online Contributions
All contributions to the The James Smith Campaign are considered final and non-refundable.  If you have any questions regarding your gift, please email

When you contribute money online:
Following are the Legal Requirements of the South Carolina Ethics, Government Accountability and Campaign Reform Act of 1991.
1. Contributions to statewide candidates are limited to $3,500 per election cycle. This limitation applies to each primary, runoff, or general election.
2. Contributions may be received from individuals, partnerships, businesses, corporations, or political action committees (PACS).
3. In-kind contributions may be received but are also limited to $3,500 per election cycle.
4. Contributions by each spouse are considered separate contributions and not attributable to the other spouse.
5. Cash contributions are prohibited if they exceed $25 for each election. All cash contributions must be accompanied by the name and address of the contributor.
6. Anonymous contributions are prohibited.
7. Contributions may not be accepted from a registered lobbyist.

South Carolina law requires that we collect and report the following information on each contributor: name, address, amount of contribution, date of contribution. For more information on South Carolina ethics laws, visit To make a contribution online, we also ask for your credit card number and its expiration date.   This information is stored securely with our national provider, Authorize (, and is not retained in our records or on any local servers.

Opt-In, Opt-Out Features
The James Smith Campaign puts control over communications directed to you where it belongs, in your hands. When we offer free news via email to visitors who sign up for them, we allow subscribers to opt out at any time. Each newsletter has your e-mail address stamped on it with simple instructions on how to unsubscribe that address from our newsletter list.

Contact Information
If you have any questions or comments about our privacy practices, please contact us.

James Smith Campaign
PO Box 50333
Columbia, SC 29250

803-933-9800 | Phone | Email


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