List of political action committees

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This list of political action committees is organized by the nature of each particular U.S. PAC's work. The Center for Responsive Politics also maintains a comprehensive and continuously updated list of PACs on its website OpenSecrets.org.[1]


Accounting[edit]

Aerospace[edit]

Affiliated Party[edit]

Democrat[edit]

Republican[edit]

Agribusiness[edit]

Alcoholic beverages[edit]

Animals[edit]

Energy Sector[edit]

Alternative energy[edit]

Coal[edit]

Electric[edit]

Oil and gas[edit]

Environment[edit]

Ethnic[edit]

Finance, banking, credit, and insurance[edit]

Gun rights[edit]

Insurance[edit]

Ideology[edit]

Conservative[edit]

Liberal[edit]

Progressive[edit]

Socialist[edit]

Other[edit]

Health care[edit]

Hospitals and care facilities[edit]

Pharmaceutical and biotech[edit]

Providers[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Food and beverage[edit]

Legal[edit]

Manufacturing[edit]

Marijuana[edit]

Natural resources[edit]

Real estate[edit]

Retailers[edit]

Tobacco[edit]

Labor[edit]

Leadership[edit]

Executive officials[edit]

  • Donald Trump - www.greatamericapac.com - Presidents PAC - Washington, DC

House leadership[edit]

House members[edit]

Senate leaders[edit]

Senators[edit]

State and local officials[edit]

Former elected and public officials[edit]

Religious[edit]

Social issues[edit]

LGBT issues[edit]

Pro-choice[edit]

Pro-life[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Air[edit]

Freight rail[edit]

Road[edit]

Construction[edit]

Foreign affairs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Find a PAC". Center for Responsive Politics. Retrieved 28 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Filings by EMPLOYEES OF NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORPORATION PAC - C00088591". Federal Elections Commission. Retrieved 21 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Political Contributions". Northrop Grumman. Retrieved 21 November 2018.
  4. ^ "FEC- Super PACs- Cryptocurrency Alliance". Federal Election Commission.
  5. ^ https://www.runwithpride.org/

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