What is a PAC?
PAC stands for Political Action Committee. A PAC is formed for the purpose of raising and spending money to elect or defeat candidates. PACs usually form to represent certain interests, such as business, labor, or ideological.
How much can I give to AAHOA PAC?
Per calendar year, you are allowed to give up to $5,000, per the FEC.
Why should I give to AAHOA PAC?
By donating to AAHOA PAC, you will play a part in forging relationships with elected officials who oversee legislation and regulations impacting hoteliers.
Who makes the decisions? Can I have a say in which candidate my contribution goes toward?
The Government Affairs Committee, supported by AAHOA Government Affairs staff, oversees donations from AAHOA PAC. If you would like to suggest a legislator for AAHOA PAC to support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a Democrat/Republican. Does AAHOA PAC give only to one party?
AAHOA PAC was formed to impact public policy affecting the small-business community, specifically the hospitality industry. As a result, AAHOA PAC makes donations to legislators on both sides of the aisle who are on relevant committees, in leadership positions, or influencing policy that would make a difference for our members.
I would like to make sure my donation goes only toward a contribution to a candidate from the state where I reside. Is that possible?
No. AAHOA PAC makes donations to legislators who are on relevant committees, in leadership positions, or influencing policy that would make a difference to our members.
Where can I donate?
To contribute, click here.