Political Action Campaign
The Nebraska Grain and Feed Association PAC is a voluntary political action committee committed to improving and protecting the grain and feed industries in Nebraska. It’s a vehicle to financially support state office candidates favorable to the industry. Banding together as an industry, we make a united effort to obtain better government through education and political action.
The PAC is funded by member contributions. These funds are used to support candidates and those in political office in Nebraska whose goals best exemplify the purpose of the council.
The NeGFA PAC serves the following purposes:
- To promote continuous improvement of government by encouraging and stimulating members of the industry, and others, to take a more active and effective part in state and local governmental affairs.
- To encourage members of the grain and feed industry, and others, to understand the nature and actions of their government.
- To assist members of the industry, and others, to organize themselves for more effective political action, and for carrying our their other civic responsibilities.
- To finance political efforts supporting Nebraska legislative and constitutional officeholders, candidates (but not Federal officeholders, candidates or committees) that benefit the public by improving and protecting Nebraska agribusiness.
Why Join the NeGFA PAC?
There is an urgent need to establish and maintain our industry as a strong, concerned and active political force. When you join NeGFA PAC, you help assure your industry's involvement in the decision-making process. The quality and nature of laws, rules and regulations affecting your business and your pocketbook are determined by elected officials. Your contribution through NeGFA PAC membership, when combined with many others, can affect who is elected - the individuals who play a role in developing state law.
NeGFA PAC will financially assist candidates who demonstrate a realistic approach to solving the problems of our industry and its related businesses.
There is strength in numbers. A contribution from NeGFA PAC speaks for our industry. Elected officials seldom overlook a large, well-informed constituency.
Who Administers the CGFA PAC?
A 5-member Executive Committee, consisting of industry representatives, has supervision of and control over the activities and funds of NeGFA PAC.
How Are NeGFA Pac Funds Used?
Contributions received by NeGFA PAC are used for support of candidates, political information and education services, and operational expenses of the committee.
Who May Contribute to the NeGFA PAC?
Individuals, partnerships, and corporations may contribute since NeGFA PAC is a political committee registered with the State of Nebraska.
Are Contributions Tax Deductible?
Contributions to NeGFA PAC are not tax deductible.
Must I Report Contributions to the NeGFA Pac?
Dues and contributions to the NeGFA PAC are reported by NeGFA PAC as required by the Political Reform Act of 1974, as amended. No report need be filed by any NeGFA PAC contributor unless the total contributions to all state and/or local candidates, ballot measures and/or political action committees in Nebraska is $10,000 or more (unless the contributor is otherwise qualified as a committee under the Political Reform Act of 1974, as amended). This is not a request for a contribution in excess of $500.
The Grain and Feed PAC, or Political Action Committee, is starting to consider candidates for 2018 elections. Your donation allows us to connect people and create partnerships around the world. We run conservation projects with our partners, seeking the most constructive solutions. If you or someone you know would be interested in an interview with the GAF PAC, please call the NeGFA office 402.476.6174
NeGFA prides itself on membership involvement in NeGFA committees. All members are welcome to join a committee. If you have an interest in joining a committee, such as the PAC committee, please call the NeGFA office at 402.476.6174 or email Laura.