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most PACs associated with interest groups can only collect funds from group members

interest groups can establish nonconnected PACs that accept contributions from the public

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REWORDED: Interest groups can establish regular or no connected PACs. (Apex)
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Interest groups can establish nonconnected PACs that accept contributions from the public.

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Which of the following describes an unintended result of the federal election campaign act?

Thousands of political action committees (PACs) were created to raise funds for candidates.


What are two common strategies that interest groups use to shape public policy?

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How much money can a Political Action Committee give to a candidate?

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How do political action committees influence elections?

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What are the main criticisms of political action committees?

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Political action committees (PACs) are organizations established?

by corporations, labor unions, or interest groups to channel the contributions of their members into political campaigns.


What is the primary function of political action committee's?

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Who collects voluntary contributions from an organization's employees oe members for the purpose of expressing the interests of a group?

PACs (Political Action Committees)


What are groups that donate money to candidates who favor their point of view?

political action committees or PAC


PACs tend to contribute money to?

PAC is the abbreviation of the Political Action Committee. The Political Action Committees usually tend to distribute money based on the party that is in power and the ideology.


Which of the following describes an unintended result of the federal election campaign act?

Thousands of political action committees (PACs) were created to raise funds for candidates.


Which of the following describes the unintended result at the federal elections campaign act?

thousand of political action committees ( pacs) were created to raise funds for candidates


Special interest groups that raise money to help elect lawmakers are called?

political action committees


What are two common strategies that interest groups use to shape public policy?

lobbying officials and forming political action committees (PACs) filling lawsuits and lobbying officials


What limit is there on political action committees?

Limiting PACs' rights would receive much controversy since it limiting people the rights of the 1st amendment - freedom of speech, religion, press.