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PACs

A political action committee, or PAC, is the name commonly given to a private group, regardless of size, organized to elect political candidates or to advance the outcome of a political issue or legislation. Legally, what constitutes a “PAC” for purposes of regulation is a matter of state and federal law. Under the Federal Election Campaign Act, an organization becomes a “political committee” by receiving contributions or making expenditures in excess of $1,000 for the purpose of influencing a federal election.

Bi-County Political Action Committee (BiCPAC)
Long Island’s federally registered pro-Israel political action committee
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Be Heard Suffolk
Be Heard Suffolk is dedicated to fostering an active, grassroots organization in Long Island.
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Common Sense Strategies
To help businesses, candidates for elected office and other entities gain a better understanding of the political and governmental process on the local, state and national levels.
Contact: info@commonsensestrategies.com

Conservative Society for Action
The “Action” arm of the Conservative movement in America.
Contact: csa-1776@earthlink.net

Culper PAC
To support the “fight” against tyranny¬† with information, debate, and the ballot box.
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New York Liberty PAC (NYLPAC)
Advancing the Cause of Liberty in NYS
Educating NYS policy makers, media, and general public on the principles of Liberty.
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Repeal Obamacare PAC (ROCPAC)
Supporting only candidates who have pledged to vote to repeal Obamacare.
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