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Political action committee - Wikipedia

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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 consisting of mana...

SSFs and Nonconnected PACs - Federal Election Commission

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... to all nonparty, noncandidate committees as PACs or political action committees. ... a PAC, which collects contributions from a limited class of individuals and uses this ... By contrast, a nonconnected political committee, another type of PAC, ...

Political Action Committee / Super PAC Definition | Investopedia

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Political action committees (PACs) privately raise money to donate to a political ... unions, and other entities and they collect donations from a "restricted class," ...

What Is a Political Action Committee (PAC)? - US Politics - About.com

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Federal political action committees, PACs, raise. ... This class includes what is called a Leadership PAC, where politicians raise money to -- among other things  ...

Class Struggle in Campaign Finance? Political Action Committee ...

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and data on political action committees' (PAC) contributions to congressional ... KEY WORDS: class struggle; PACs; network analysis; interest groups; ...

Frequently Asked Questions | NAB Political Action Committee

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Does NABPAC favor candidates from one political party over another? No. NABPAC is independent and bipartisan. Candidates and incumbents supported by ...

Forming an Association Political Action Committee - Venable LLP

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associations) often establish political action committees (“PAC”) to support the ... up to $5,000 per year from the association's “restricted class.” This includes the ...

Contribute - NAW-PAC

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The Political Action Fund (PAF). Who Can Contribute. PAF can accept contributions only from a "restricted class" of individuals. The eligible restricted class ...

Regulatory: 4 ways corporations can participate in federal elections

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Mar 14, 2012 ... Corporations are permitted to sponsor political action committees, ... from a restricted class of individuals, and then use those funds to support ...

Political Action Committee Services | Grassroots Campaign ...

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Connected PAC: A Connected Political Action Committee can raise contributions from a “restricted class” of donor. A Connected PAC is traditionally formed by a ...

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Corporations and Labor Organizations - Federal Election Commission

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political action committee” or PAC. (Unless oth- .... action against a political committee, the treasurer is ..... filiated, they may solicit each other's restricted class.

The ABCs of Political Action Committees - Womble Carlyle ...

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Mar 1, 2014 ... THE ABCs OF POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES ... as a political action committee or PAC, in order to support federal ... the “restricted class.

Political Action Committee - AOPA

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AOPA is currently lobbying for legislation to expand the 3rd class medical certificate, and we fought back against the FAA's unilateral policy-making on Sleep ...