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political action committee

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A committee formed by business, labor, or other special-interest groups to raise money and make contributions to the campaigns of political candidates whom they support.

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  • n. committee formed by a special-interest group to raise money for their favorite political candidates

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Examples

  • A few days later, I read in the newspaper that the ads had been paid for by a political action committee called the Fair Election Fund, and that the officers of this fund were my friends Louis Carver and Eli Boyle.

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  • Don Mafrige, who is leading the opposition with a political action committee called the

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  • The right wing pseudo-christian group cum political action committee founded by some football coach?

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  • If the district trimmed the cost to $20 million, it would lose 2 feet of elevation, 2,000 seats, one of four concession/restroom/ticket booth buildings, a track and a covered pavilion, among many amenities, according to information provided by Johnny Smecca, island restaurateur and member of the pro-stadium political action committee People Advocating Success for

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  • "We're going back to the drawing board immediately," said Johnny Smecca, island restaurateur and member of the pro-stadium political action committee People Advocating Success for

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  • But no one should pitch a new stadium proposal before the school district hires a superintendent to replace Lynne Cleveland, said Don Mafrige, who led the opposition with a political action committee called Coalition for Concerned Taxpayers.

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