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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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.
Don Mafrige, who is leading the opposition with a political action committee called the
The right wing pseudo-christian group cum political action committee founded by some football coach?
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
"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
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.