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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a “leadership PAC,” and how is it different from other forms of political action committees?
A: According to the Federal Election Commission, a “leadership PAC” is “a political committee that is directly or indirectly established, financed, maintained or controlled by a candidate or an individual holding federal office.” Unlike “super PACs,” which can accept unlimited contributions, “leadership PACs” can only accept up to $5,000 annually from specific individuals or other PACs.
Q: Will Power of Us PAC take contributions from corporate political action committees?
A: No. Like Congresswoman Pressley’s commitment to not accept corporate PAC contributions to her official campaign committee, Power of Us PAC will not accept contributions from political action committees associated with corporate interests.
Q: What will Power of Us PAC fund?
A: Power of Us PAC will emphasize three pillars of activism - Vote, Run, Work – to foster civic engagement, support bold candidates at the federal level, and develop a diverse pipeline for those interested in electoral and issue advocacy campaigns.