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- abbr. political action committee
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- Political Action Committee
- Programmable Automation Controller
- Proxy AutoConfig (file)
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Murkowski was defeated in the GOP Senate primary by Tea Party upstart Joe Miller, who has adopted an avidly anti-federal government platform, a focal point that the PAC is assaulting in a barrage of negative attacks.
The name of this PAC is appropriate: American's Deserve Better.
Blue America PAC is already taking on this challenge.
The Pan Africanist Congress central Transkei region on Tuesday expressed its shock and disgust at what it termed the PAC's unilateral decision, announced on Sunday, to suspend its armed struggle.
Based upon the campaign just completed, and what John McCain and Sarah Plain did during the campaign, this PAC is going to be a continuation of the hateful politics we, as Americans, were subjected to.
The PAC is limited to giving $5,000 per election cycles, so candidates that received $10,000 got checks during both their primary and general election campaigns.
The ad, which Let Freedom Ring PAC is currently trying to get on the radio, coldly describes Frank Murkowski's decision to pass his Senate seat onto his daughter, Lisa, after he was elected governor in 2002.
A conservative PAC is raising money to run an ad on Alaska airwaves that paints Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski as an entitled 'princess' and crybaby for deciding to stay on the ballot as a write-in candidate in November after her loss to to tea party favorite Joe Miller in last month's primary.
Charles Bertsch, a professor who accompanies Lewis-Kraus to the convention, practically admits he has more interest in PAC-10 basektball.
"The PAC is bipartisan and regularly supports candidates of both parties," Goldberg added.