An annual sum not exceeding $25 paid by a natural person for his membership in a political party is not considered a contribution. If the membership or membership card renewal fee of a political party is $15 annually, this amount paid by a natural person for his membership cannot be considered a contribution.
Every sum in excess of this limit must be considered a contribution. On this subject, if the membership fee is $15 and the elector paid $25, a contribution receipt must be issued for the $10 difference.
Finally, if the membership or membership card renewal fee of a party is $35, only the excess amount, namely $10, is a contribution.