Per Federal Election Commission (FEC)
regulations, a corporate member
company of ABC must first provide ABC
PAC with prior authorization before any
individual in its restricted class can
contribute or be solicited.
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The purpose of ABC PAC is to work within the federal election process to further the goals of the Association through direct involvement in supporting and opposing candidates for the Office of President, United States Senate and United States House of Representatives. This is accomplished through educating our members on the importance of political activism and through financial support of Merit Shop candidates.
ABC PAC is governed by fifteen board members who are appointed by the ABC National Board Chairman. The board members serve a three-year term and represent each of the U.S. membership regions. The ABC PAC Board of Trustees work with the Regional Vice Chairs and Chapter leadership across the country to promote political involvement and assist in raising ABC PAC funds. Trustees also approve all disbursements to candidates based on well-established guidelines such as voting records of incumbents. ABC PAC is your voice in elective politics. ABC PAC members' contributions are combined with others to jointly support candidates. This provides a unified and powerful voice for the Merit agenda. It is also an opportunity to participate in one of the largest pro-business PACs in the nation.
ABC PAC Disclaimer
Contributions to ABC PAC are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions to ABC PAC are for political purposes. All contributions to ABC PAC are voluntary. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. The proposed contribution amounts are merely suggestions; you may choose to contribute more or less or not at all. ABC will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount contributed or the decision whether to contribute. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year.