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Political Action Committees. This section lists campaign contributions by PACs and donations to PACs, broken down by sector, industry and unique PAC.
This page provides answers to frequently asked political action committee (PAC) questions.
If you would like to start a 527 Political Action Committee, a local or state Political Action Committee, A Super PAC, a Hybrid Super PAC or a Nonprofit 501(c)4 PAC...
By Kathy Gill. Political parties are the oldest advocacy groups that fund political campaigns. Political Action Committees (PACs) are the next best-known group and...
External links. FEC.gov - Political Action Committees (PAC) FEC.gov - Speechnow.org v. FEC; OpenSecrets.org from the Center for Responsive Politics
The role of political parties in campaign finance was curtailed by a 2002 law and US Supreme Court ruling. Political Action Committees (PACs) began in 1944.