ACPAC & Political Action

ACPAC is ACA International's Political Action Committee (PAC). ACPAC’s primary goal is to support and enhance the effectiveness of ACA International’s lobbying and political advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill. ACPAC is governed by and in full compliance with all Federal Election Commission (FEC) laws and regulations.

ACPAC is overseen by a committee of top executives from small and large credit and collection agencies representing ACA International’s diverse membership throughout the country. It provides financial assistance to political candidates who support a sound pro-business philosophy and responsible positions on issues of concern to the accounts receivable management industry. ACPAC is bi partisan, contributing to both Democratic and Republican candidates in the U.S. House of Representatives and United States Senate. The PAC does not contribute in connection with U.S. presidential elections.

ACPAC must make a written request to the member companies of ACA International for permission to solicit them. Corporate approval is necessary before ACPAC may solicit the company’s executive, administrative and management personnel in the United States. Contributions are VOLUNTARYeach individual whose aggregate personal contribution are in excess of $200 in a calendar year.

To join ACPAC, your company’s chief executive officer or primary ACA International contact must first file a Solicitation Request Form (SRF). A corporation may not approve solicitations by more than one federal PAC in a calendar year.

To complete ACPAC Prior Approval/Solicitation Request Form (click here)

ACPAC – Get Involved Today!

Getting involved is simple. Please contact ACA’s Rae Ann Bevington, Vice President of Congressional and Political Affairs, at (202) 810-8899 or bevington@acainternational.org, for more information and to determine if your company has signed a Prior Approval Form.

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