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There's a lot to say about Privacy Policies, but we'll try to make this simple;
When you interact with us, we may ask you to provide specific personal information in order to accept contributions, to be part of our team of volunteers, etc. We take every precaution to safeguard your information and we will not distribute, sell, rent or otherwise give away the information you have shared with us to any individual who is not on our team or anyone on our team that does not require that information.
In some cases, very specific information is requested and required. For example, when you make a contribution, the Fair Political Practices Committee requires that we collect and report contributor information throughout the campaign. That information is not shared publicly by us, but is searchable in filed campaign reports .
Additionally, when you make a contribution through a website, both that website and the related payment website may collect bits of data from you to make your navigation experience more successful. For policies on data collection by the sites we use, please visit GoDaddy.com and PayPal.com.
If you elect to make posts on our Facebook page, Twitter or Instagram accounts, we may retain that information for our use and/or reshare it if we choose. Anything posted on a Social Media site should be considered public domain, and even if you delete it, it may still exist in cached or archived pages. As a general rule, if you don't want something to become public, don't share it on any form of social media.
If we have email or text communication with you, we reserve the right to retain those communications. In fact, in some instances, we are required to.
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