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Give to the PAC

Sources of Information and Contribution Forms
Iowa Ethics & Campaign Disclosure Board
GIVE TO THE PMCI PAC (Political Action Committee)
GIVE TO THE PEF (Political Education Fund)

What is a PAC Fund?

The number one priority of PMCI membership is the association’s successful efforts to help members through the maze of legislative and regulatory issues that confront the industry. The purpose of the PAC is to help members unite together to be heard on industry issues affecting their businesses.

  • PAC stands for political action committee.
  • PEF stands for political education fund.

How Can I Participate?

With your dues notices you are given an opportunity to pay an additional contribution to the PMCI PAC Fund or the PMCI Educational Fund (PEF) among other opportunities throughout the year. PAC contributions are voluntary and are used to support candidates that align with the interests of PMCI members.

PAC Money Must Be Personal

The PAC can only accept personal checks or money from LLC’s. This money in turn then can be given to candidate committees that support the PMCI position on issues vital to our industry.

PEF Money May Be Corporate

The PMCI Political Educational Fund (PEF) accepts corporate money which is then used exclusively for the education of the public, legislators, and other groups that work cooperatively with PMCI.

Who Determines Who Receives PAC Money?

There is a PMCI PAC committee that focuses on receiving and expending the PAC money. Annually, prior to each legislative session, the committee will review recommendations from staff and members related to candidate voting records and the help that individual has given the industry. Those recommendations are reviewed by the PMCI Board of Directors. The PAC committee is made up of volunteers from the membership. We strive to hand deliver PAC contributions with PMCI members present.

How Are PMCI Priorities Determined?

The mission of each PMCI standing committee is to analyze issues that come before them throughout the year. Each fall the committees move those ideas and concerns forward to the government relations committee which then analyzes their importance, prioritizes and presents them to the PMCI Board of Directors for final approval. They are then drafted for introduction to the legislature each January.

Sources of Information and Contribution Forms
Iowa Ethics & Campaign Disclosure Board
GIVE TO THE PMCI PAC (Political Action Committee)
GIVE TO THE PEF (Political Education Fund)

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