A Hoover man's challenge to campaign finance limits was heard at the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. Republican Shaun McCutcheon is fighting to overturn restrictions on contributions by individual donors. McCutcheon, a Republican, says the limit of $123,200 total to candidates and parties every two years violates his right to free speech. McCutcheon says he wants to do away the limit on the total amount of money he can give to multiple candidates seeking office. The Republican National Committee is supporting the electrical engineer, but the Obama administration is asking the court to uphold the limits. The high court appears likely to side with McCutcheon. A majority of justices expressed skepticism about the limits during arguments. Chief Justice John Roberts said that telling an individual he can give the legal maximum of $2,600 per election to only a handful of candidates for Congress "seems to me a very direct restriction'' on First Amendment rights.