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Midyear Figures Put InsurPac on Record Fundraising Pace

Beyond supporting candidates that are friendly to small businesses and the independent agency system, a strong PAC ensures that agent voices are being heard throughout the halls of Congress.
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midyear figures put insurpac on record fundraising pace

InsurPac is poised for another record fundraising year. As June draws to a close, InsurPac has surpassed $700,000 in receipts, which is approximately $160,000 more than it raised at this time last year.

This total is only possible thanks to the more than 1,700 agents, brokers and company executives that have contributed to InsurPac. The total also includes 320 young agents who are investing in the future of their industry.

States “leading the PAC" are Illinois ($65,097), Michigan ($31,815), Georgia ($29,374), New York ($28,034) and South Carolina ($27,465). Three states have already achieved Eagle status by raising more than $100 per member agency: North Dakota ($177 average), New Hampshire ($126 average) and Wyoming ($100 average). Connecticut, Maryland, and South Carolina are incredibly close to reaching this milestone.

InsurPac is the Big “I" federal political action committee (PAC) and, unlike state PACs which focus on state elections, it supports campaigns for election to the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate. In the most recent election cycle, it disbursed approximately $2 million and expects to surpass that in the run-up to the 2024 election.

Beyond supporting candidates that are friendly to small businesses and the independent agency system, a strong PAC helps keep the Big “I" federal government affairs team in front of elected officials and ensures that agent voices are being heard throughout the halls of Congress.

Learn more about InsurPac. 

Molly Abboud is Big “I" director of political affairs.

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Thursday, August 3, 2023
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