ACPAC and Political Action
Amplifying ACA’s Voice on Capitol Hill
ACPAC is governed by and in full compliance with all Federal Election Commission laws and regulations.
ACPAC must make a written request to ACA International member companies for permission to solicit employees in their restricted class. Corporate approval is necessary before ACPAC may solicit the company’s executive and administrative personnel in the U.S., which include employees who are paid on a salary (rather than hourly) basis and have policymaking, managerial, professional, or supervisory responsibilities.
Federal law prohibits soliciting contributions from outside this restricted class and such contributions will be returned to the donor. Contributions are voluntary and you have a right to refuse to contribute without reprisal. Federal law prohibits political contributions from foreign nationals. A foreign national is a person belonging to a country other than the U.S. (non-green card holder).
Contributions to ACPAC are not tax deductible. ACA 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, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose aggregate personal contribution is in excess of $200 in a calendar year.
ACPAC is overseen by a committee of top executives from small and large agencies in the ARM industry representing ACA’s diverse membership across the country.