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Political action committee - Wikipedia


In the United States, a political action committee (PAC) is a type of organization that pools ... These PACs receive and raise money from a "restricted class", generally ... Federal Electi...

Guide for Political Action Committees - Oklahoma

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Jul 1, 2016 ... A Political Action Committee May Be Formed Intentionally or by Operation of Law ........... 7 .... V. Special Provisions for Limited Committees Affiliated with a ..... educational seminars, classes and similar programs and materials.

Quick Answers - PAC - Federal Election Commission


This page provides answers to frequently asked political action committee (PAC) questions.

Political Action Committee / Super PAC Definition | Investopedia


Political action committees (PACs) privately raise money to donate to a ... Corporations cannot contribute directly to a campaign; however, the 2010 Citizens United v. ... A planned amortization class (PAC) tranche is a class of tranche in a ...

Forming a Corporate Political Action Committee - Venable LLP


Corporations often establish federal political action committees. (“PAC”) to support ... to $5,000 per year from the corporation's “restricted class.” This includes its ...

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