The ACT PAC is a non-partisan political action committee established to support and elect candidates for federal office, supportive of the use of Transportation Demand Management strategies that create an efficient, multi-modal transportation system that moves all people.
ACT PAC is a separate, segregated fund, established by ACT. 

Why does ACT have a PAC?

A PAC provides ACT with a powerful tool for supporting candidates aligned with ACT’s mission and policy agenda, as well as an opportunity for ACT to engage our members in our advocacy efforts.  As we aim to be the leading voice for TDM, a PAC enables the organization to directly support candidates that are supportive of our efforts and interests.  Funded by your personal voluntary contributions, ACT PAC is a powerful way for us to help elected leaders and candidates understand our issues and needs.

Who can participate in ACT PAC?

ACT PAC can solicit contributions from all members of the Association for Commuter Transportation.  This includes individuals inheriting their membership through their employer, self-employed members, retiree members, and student members.  Voluntary contributions should be made using personal credit cards or checks. 

Voluntary contributions from other federal PACs are also permissible. 

Contributions from corporations or associations cannot be accepted.  Contributions to ACT PAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. 

If you have questions about your eligibility, please contact

Why should I contribute to ACT PAC?

By participating in ACT PAC, you’re leveraging your voice and influence with others in the industry, creating a strong, unified voice to impact the political process that influences so much of the work you do.

Contribute to ACT PAC

ACT PAC accepts contributions from eligible individuals and organizations who share common interests in electing candidates to political office. ACT PAC does not have a political party affiliation and its main purpose is to elect qualified candidates for federal office.

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ACT PAC pools permissible resources from contributors and fundraising events. That enables the industry to support candidates for federal office who believe in and support TDM policies.
Government decisions have great influence and impact over many aspects of TDM.  Many of these decisions start in Congress through the passage of legislation that guides program policy and funding.  Supporting and electing candidates to federal office who understand the important role TDM plays in creating an efficient and sustainable transportation system is where sound policy development begins.
ACT PAC is governed by a board of ACT members.  This group convenes throughout the year to determine the best opportunities for ACT PAC engagement and support.
Federal law requires ACT to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year.