The National Creditors Bar Association Political Action Committee (NCBA PAC) is a voluntary, non-partisan committee established to raise funds for the Members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
NCBA PAC is a critical segment of our robust advocacy program. Our PAC gives us additional access and ability to develop long-term relationships with lawmakers. It is vital that we educate legislators on practice areas and issues of importance to the creditors’ rights community.
What is NCBA PAC?
NCBA PAC is a qualified political action committee registered with the Federal Election Commission. A PAC enables employees or members of groups to pool their political contributions to support a common goal.
NCBA PAC advances the goals of creditors rights attorneys on Capitol Hill and with Members of Congress who will assist in achieving its legislative objectives.
How can I Participate?
Federal election law requires you to sign an authorization form before we can explain to you the benefits of contribution to NCBA PAC. Your signed authorization does not obligate you to contribute to the PAC in any way.
To eliminate having to fill out an authorization form on an annual basis, you may authorize us for the next five years by placing your signature above the year(s) you wish to designate your approval.
Next Steps & PAC Engagement
After NCBA PAC receives your signed authorization, we will reach out to you, and if you choose, to individuals you designate, to discuss our NCBA PAC strategies and goals.
All contributions to NCBA PAC are strictly voluntary. You have the right to refuse to contribute without reprisal. NCBA PAC will not favor or disadvantage anyone because of the amount they contribute or because they decide not to contribute. Corporate contributions are not permitted. Contributions are for political purposes and are not deductible for federal tax purposes.
NCBA PAC Donors
We appreciate our donors for their generous support of the NCBA PAC:
Patricia L. Miller & Ronald C. Miller