The NFIB Fed PAC is America’s most powerful and effective small business political action committee. We strive to deliver a unified voice for small business on Capitol Hill and all 50 states through supporting federal candidates who stand with NFIB’s members on small business issues. Thank you for sustaining these efforts through your commitment to NFIB PACs.
Your contribution helps:
NFIB support pro-small business
candidates running for federal office
Drive grassroots advocacy
connecting businesses of every size and industry
Produce voter education materials
promoting legislators who understand small business issues
Develop and distribute media campaigns
spreading our message via broadcast, online and social networking channels.
NFIB is the leading advocate for small business owners, with offices in Washington, DC, and every state capital. Our mission is to defend the right of small business owners to run their businesses without undue government interference, and to advance public policies that promote their success. We proudly represent hundreds of thousands of members nationwide from every industry and sector.
**Contributions to the National Federation of Independent Business Federal Political Action Committee (NFIB FED PAC) are voluntary contributions to be used for political purposes and are not payment of your NFIB membership dues. Paid for and authorized by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). Jeff Smith, NFIB Federal PAC Treasurer, 555 12th St. NW, Suite 1001, Washington, D.C. 20004. Corporate contributions to the NFIB Federal PAC are not permitted. Corporate contributions are accepted by NFIB to pay for the administrative and communication costs of the state and federal political programs where permitted. Contributions to the NFIB Federal PAC are for federal purposes. These guidelines are merely suggestions, and you may contribute more, less or refuse without concern of reprisal. Contributions to a political action committee are not deductible as charitable contributions or for federal income tax purposes.
Federal election law requires we request the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year.