Presidential campaign money comes from a combination of fundraising and the Super PAC, a specialized political action committee. Large donations to the Super PAC are most likely to come from wealthy individuals; in 2012,... More »

Welfare money is taken from government revenue, which in turn comes from numerous sources, such as income taxes, social insurance taxes, ad valorem taxes, fees and charges. For 2015, the United States has allotted 8 perc... More »

A PAC is a political action committee. PACs are used to raise and spend money to help elect and defeat opposing candidates. PACs are limited by law on how much money can give to candidates. More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Politics

A Congressional campaign committee refers to a national political action committee tasked with electing candidates to Congress. According to the Federal Election Commission, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committe... More »

Though the acronym PAC may stand for other terms, it is most prominently used to represent "political action committee". A political action committee is an organization or entity that is formed for the sole purpose of ra... More »

www.reference.com Education

Contact the campaign office for Senator Ted Cruz's presidential campaign online at TedCruz.org. On the site's home page, scroll all the way to the bottom and select the Contact option from the Contribute menu. Fill out t... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Politics Elections

Discover how much a political candidate spends on a federal election campaign by visiting the Federal Election Commission website and downloading a campaign finance report, as of 2015. Many states also operate their own ... More »

www.reference.com Government & Politics Politics Elections