What is a PAC?
The important role that a political action committee (PAC) can have in an organization is often underestimated. Confusion stems from unfamiliarity of the definition of a PAC and its responsibilities. At TACCAPAC, we want to ensure our members are informed of this critical component of our Government Relations activities.
First and foremost, a PAC is a group of individuals who voluntarily pool their resources to provide financial support for candidates for elective office who share the group's interests and concerns about legislative issues. By law, associations like TACCA are prohibited from providing direct political support in the form of corporate dollars to fund elections. For this reason, state election commissions allow PACs to be used as a means for organizations to leverage their financial support for candidates who they support. The dollars used to fund candidate campaigns come from members, not from the organization itself.
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