FAQ

How is NORPAC different from AIPAC?

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) is not a political action committee. AIPAC is a registered lobbying organization that works with elected officials. Unlike political action committees, AIPAC cannot contribute to campaigns nor rate or endorse candidates. So, while AIPAC is critically important in fostering strong US support for Israel, NORPAC—which helps get supportive  Read more

June 3, 2011 in FAQ by norpacne

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I give to the UJA and other Israel causes. Why a PAC?

The answer is one word: leverage. While it is true that every dollar one gives directly to any pro-Israel organization or institution is important, no organizational fundraising effort can match the resources and generosity of the US government (organizational fundraising can be measured in hundreds of millions of dollars; US aid is measured in billions).  Read more

June 3, 2011 in FAQ by norpacne

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Isn’t a single-issue PAC very parochial?

Most candidates focus their campaigns on “domestic” issues and have little or no direct experience with Middle East issues. In contrast to corporate or labor PACs, NORPAC is not motivated by profit or financial gain. By focusing on the single issue of Israel – its security, economic well-being, and importance to the US – we  Read more

June 3, 2011 in FAQ by norpacne

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Why give to candidates through NORPAC?

When you just send to a candidate without attaching the NORPAC name, your donation may become “lost money” to the pro-Israel cause. By donating through NORPAC, you will get credit for the donation and the candidate will know one of the overriding reasons you donated is because you believe in supporting the US-Israel relationship. If  Read more

June 3, 2011 in FAQ by norpacne

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Why give a membership donation to NORPAC?

NORPAC is a nearly all-volunteer operation, and its officers work tirelessly to ensure each dollar goes a long way. The vast majority of money NORPAC raises is sent directly to candidates supporting the US-Israel relationship. While it would be impossible to host fundraising events for every deserving candidate, your membership donation enables NORPAC to donate  Read more

June 3, 2011 in FAQ by norpacne

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What is a PAC?

In the 1970′s, in an effort to reform political campaign fundraising, Congress authorized the establishment of political action committees, or PACs. Today, over 4,000 PACs (for nearly every cause) raise money and educate Congress in the hopes of affecting public policy. Operating under strict campaign finance regulations, PACs are legitimate media through which individual citizens  Read more

June 2, 2011 in FAQ by norpacne

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