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What type of PAC is Concernative PAC?

Concernative is a non-connected PAC for independent expenditures, also known as a Super PAC. Concernative is not connected to any company or authorized by any candidate or candidates committee.


What are the contribution requirements for Super PACs?

Super PACs may solicit and accept unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations, labor organizations and other political committees. They may not accept contributions from foreign nationals, federal contractors, national banks or federally chartered corporations. Additional information can be found on the FEC website.


Are contributions to Concernative PAC tax deductible?

No. While Concernative PAC is a non-profit organization, contributions made to Concernative PAC are not tax deductible.


How are donations spent?

100% of donations go towards ad production, tools to manage ads, media spend to buy ad inventory, and operations including fundraising and legal.


What are the options for donating?

You can donate to a general fund that will be used to run ads on social media. We exclusively target key voters in key states.


What will happen if there’s any left over money in the fund after November 6, 2018?

Any remaining funds will be used to promote the interests of democrats.


How will I know if my donation had an impact?

We will be publicly sharing results of our advertising campaigns, including data that shows the cost per video view and cost per ad impression. You’ll understand how many people viewed our video ads as a result of your donation, but it’s impossible to measure how many votes were actually changed.


How are ads created?

We create most of our own ads and we also work with 3rd parties to create video ads, using publicly available content. We write 100% of the the ad copy that’s paired with each video ad.


Who manages the facebook ads?

Members of the Concernative PAC personally manage the advertising campaigns.


Where did the name “Concernative” come from?

We are concerned about the dangers of electing “conservative” politicians.