PAC and Parties
Political Parties influence public policy by electing candidates to govern, whereas business, labor, and special-interest groups create PACs (political action committees) to raise money to support candidate and issue campaigns in order to influence public policy. What support is available? Where do you find them? How do you get their support?
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How do I ask for it and when can I expect the PAC money?
I'm hoping to get a great deal of money from PACs who support my ideals? What is the best approach to get them on board? When can I expect the money to come in? ...show more
I'm hoping to get a great deal of money from PACs who support my ideals? What is the best approach to get them on board? When can I expect the money to come in? ...show less
Author: john_b     Submitted on Jul 11, 2013     Last Updated on Jul 11, 2013, 5:36 pm     Comments: 1
Tags: candidate, fundraising, pacs, asking for money    
What materials should be used to create a successful PAC Kit?
My initial question - How do I ask for it and when can I expect the PAC money? - was answered by identifying the need to create a PAC Kit to present your best case in order to be successful in receiving PAC ...show more
My initial question - How do I ask for it and when can I expect the PAC money? - was answered by identifying the need to create a PAC Kit to present your best case in order to be successful in receiving PAC contributions. What components should be included in a PAC promotion kit? ...show less
Author: john_b     Submitted on Aug 1, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 11, 2013, 3:38 pm     Comments: 2
Tags: pac contributions, pac kit, pac promotion    
Socially Liberal
Hello, I was wondering if someone whom is an expert could provide the exact definition of the term Socially Liberal(NOT SOCIAL LIBERALISM). From what I know from working in politics, is that the term means, "Having ...show more
Hello, I was wondering if someone whom is an expert could provide the exact definition of the term Socially Liberal(NOT SOCIAL LIBERALISM). From what I know from working in politics, is that the term means, "Having government not involved in social issues." Is this the correct definition? ...show less
Author: twoface1992     Submitted on Jan 7, 2014     Last Updated on Jan 7, 2014, 6:52 pm     Comments: 0
Tags: socially liberal definition    
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