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ADAM SILVERA FOR CIVIL COURT

Please join

The Cochran Firm, Rosato & Lucciola, P.C., Harvey Weitz & Associates

Paul B. Weitz & Associates, and Friends of Adam Silvera for a

Cocktail Reception

in honor of our dear colleague

Adam Silvera, Esq.

Candidate for Civil Court Judge

Monday, May 20, 2013

5:30pm – 7:30pm

At the law offices of

THE COCHRAN FIRM

Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway, 5th floor

(Between Barclay Street and Park Place)

Please RSVP to ElectSilvera@gmail.com

Suggested Contribution:$150, $250, $500, $1,000, $2,400

Contributions at the event are preferred, however, if you cannot attend, please mail contributions to:

"Friends of Adam Silvera"

39 Bowery, Suite 916
New York, NY 10002

Political contributions are not deductible for any purpose under the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions by individuals, associations, PACs, unions, partnerships and LLCs are limited to $46,576 for the General Election. Partnership contributions over $2,500 must be apportioned by each partner's partnership interest. Contributions from corporations are limited to $5,000 in total aggregate giving to all New York States candidates per year. Contributions to a judicial candidate totaling $2,500 by an individual or attorney, or $3,500 by a group of attorneys and their client(s) may require reassignment of cases involving those individuals by the Clerk of Court from being heard by that judicial candidate. See Rule 151 of the Rules of the New York Chief Administrator for further guidance. State Law requires that contributions be made in the contributor's own name and be made from the contributor's own funds. By responding to this invitation with a contribution you are affirming that your contribution is being made from your own personal funds, that you are not being reimbursed in any manner, and that your contribution is not intended to be a loan.

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Adam Silvera

2013 Candidate for Judge of the Civil Court,

2nd Municipal District, New York County

[ ] YES, I will attend the Cocktail Reception at 5:30 – 7:30 PM on Monday, May 20th 2013, at the At the law offices of Paul B. Weitz & Assoc., 233 Broadway, 5th Fl., New York, N.Y.

[ ] I want to contribute to the campaign. Enclosed is my donation of:

[ ] $2,400 [ ] $1,000 [ ] $500 [ ] $250 [ ] $150 [ ] $150
[ ] Other $____________

Please make check payable to:

"Friends of Adam Silvera"

39 Bowery, Suite 916, New York, NY 10002

Name: ____________________________________________________________

Address: ___________________________________________________________

City: ____________________________________ State: _______ Zip: _________

Home Phone: _______________ Cell: _______________ Work: ______________

Email:_____________________________________________________________

Occupation:_______________________ Employer: _____________________

The account being used to make this contribution is registered to and managed by a/an:

[ ] Individual [ ] LLC [ ] Partnership [ ] Sole Proprietorship

[ ] Corporation [ ] PAC or Labor Union [ ] Candidate Committee [ ] Party Committee

Political contributions are not deductible for any purpose under the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions by individuals, associations, PACs, unions, partnerships and LLCs are limited to $3,500 for the Primary Election. Partnership contributions over $2,500 must be apportioned by each partner's partnership interest. Contributions from corporations are limited to $5,000 in total aggregate giving to all New York States candidates per year. Contributions to a judicial candidate totaling $2,500 by an individual or attorney, or $3,500 by a group of attorneys and their client(s) may require reassignment of cases involving those individuals by the Clerk of Court from being heard by that judicial candidate. See Rule 151 of the Rules of the New York Chief Administrator for further guidance. State Law requires that contributions be made in the contributor's own name and be made from the contributor's own funds. Responding to this invitation with a contribution constitutes the contributor's affirmation that the contribution is made from the contributor's personal funds without reimbursement in any manner and is not intended to be a loan. You must be at least 18 years of age and a US Citizen or Legal Resident to contribute.

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