The PRINTING United Alliance Political Action Committee, PrintPAC, is the only political action committee dedicated solely to representing the printing and graphic communications industry. PrintPAC is a nonpartisan, federally-registered political action committee that directly promotes the election of candidates who share PRINTING United Alliance's views on issues that affect our industry every day.
PrintPAC is registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) as a Separate Segregated Fund (SSF, popularly called a PAC). Federal law defines and limits who may be solicited for contributions. For trade associations, this restricted class includes dues-paying individual or employees of dues-paying corporate members of the association, among others. Contributions to PrintPAC are voluntary; PRINTING United Alliance will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount contributed or the decision not to contribute. For more detailed information on federal election law governing SSFs and trade association PACs, such as PrintPAC, please see the FEC Campaign Guide for Corporations and Labor Organizations.
PrintPAC supports federal candidates who are chosen based solely on the candidates' viewpoints regarding pro-print, pro-business legislation, regardless of political affiliation. One hundred percent of PrintPAC funds collected from donors goes directly to funding campaigns of federal candidates who meet this criteria.