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Support NFIB North Carolina PAC

The NFIB North Carolina PAC is our state’s most powerful and effective small business political action committee. It supports local pro-small business candidates, strengthening our voice in the halls of state government. The NFIB North Carolina PAC is funded entirely through generous, voluntary contributions from NFIB members here in North Carolina.

  • Help elect local candidates who will support small businesses priorities through sound public policy.

  • Support important educational activity, such as the Get Out the Vote initiative and engagement on pressing small business issues.

  • 100 percent of your contribution goes to supporting North Carolina candidates and North Carolina political programs.

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**Contributions to the National Federation of Independent Business North Carolina Political Action Committee (NFIB NC PAC) are voluntary contributions to be used for political purposes and are not payment of your NFIB membership dues. Paid for and authorized by NFIB North Carolina PAC. Karen Crocket, Treasurer, 555 12th St. NW, Suite 1001, Washington, D.C. 20004. Corporate contributions to the NFIB North Carolina PAC are prohibited. Corporate contributions are accepted by NFIB to pay for administrative and communication costs of the state and federal political programs where permitted. These guidelines are merely suggestions, and you may contribute more, less or refuse without concern of reprisal. Contributions to the NFIB North Carolina PAC will be used to support state candidates and political parties. A decision will be reached at a later time as to which candidates and political parties will be supported. Contributions made payable by check or credit card must be from a personal account and made payable to NFIB NC PAC. NC law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, job title or professional name of employer or employer’s specific field for each individual whose contributions are in excess of $100 in an election cycle. NFIB.com/NC.

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