PAC, which stands for Political Action Committee, is a committee which collects voluntary contributions from members of a group (NRLCA). It distributes funds to candidates for federal offices and makes a report on its activities. PAC is important because it accumulates small contributions into a central account so that larger contributions can be made to a candidate for Congress. Therefore, each contribution has increased importance to the candidate.
Who does the NRLCA-PAC support? The NRLCA-PAC plays a key role in representing our interests on Capitol Hill by supporting key Senators and Representatives. NRLCA-PAC financially supports:
- Members who are friendly to our positions
- Legislators who serve on committees with jurisdiction over issues important to NRLCA
- Congressional candidates who could support our causes, if elected
Why Give to PAC? The NRLCA-PAC helps make the lives of Rural Letter Carriers better.
In the past, PAC contributions successfully aided in the defeat of efforts to restrict collective bargaining, made sure single piece parcels remained in the market dominant category, and scuttled anti-labor amendments.
To ensure that our voices are heard from now through the next election, NRLCA-PAC must begin preparing now. If you are already a PAC member, thank you for your contribution and please keep contributing. If you are not yet a PAC member and would like to be, or would like more information on PAC, please feel free to contact your state PAC Chair.