Political-Action Committee

In the United States, a political action committee (PAC) is a type of organization that pools campaign contributions from members and donates those funds to campaign for or against candidates, ballot initiatives, or legislation. At the federal level, an organization becomes a PAC when it receives or spends more than $1,000 for the purpose of influencing a federal election, according to the Federal Election Campaign Act. At the state level, an organization becomes a PAC according to the state's election laws.
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  • Senator Blasts Zuckerberg, FWD.us in Speech

    … of open borders as long as these open borders don’t extend to their gated compounds and fenced-off estates. I have another article from late last fall that was printed in Business Insider about Mr. Zuckerberg’s actions. The headline is, “Mark Zuckerberg Just Spent More than $30 Million Buying 4 Neighboring Houses for Privacy.” The article says: Mark…

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