Council PAC expert Kristin Brackemyre covers the basics of corporate PACs and explains how they really work.
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Read the full findings.
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Insights from the State and Local Government Relations Conference: Politicians and lobbyists need to have their Twitter strategy ready at the state level, where polarization is expanding.
We explored public attitudes and expectations for major companies and elected officials.
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Nathan Gonzales covers turnout, the large field of candidates and the No PAC Money Pledge in this video edition of Election Impact.
When ideology and political involvement collide, where do corporate PACs fit in? Learn why they are a transparent, accountable vehicle for donations.
The Public Affairs Council has promoted three senior-level staff members.
The most comprehensive and widely-used reports available on PAC trends.