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PAC Fundraising In a Non-Election Year
Strategies To Incentivize Giving & Improve Fundraising
Recorded on August 29, 2017

It’s not an election year. Your Political Action Committee donors are weary. So how do you keep your PAC funded?  You activate today’s best off-year fundraising incentives.  

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It’s not an election year. Your Political Action Committee donors are weary. So how do you keep your PAC funded?  You activate today’s best off-year fundraising incentives. 

Do it now and your PAC can be strong and ready for the next election cycle. Plus, steady contributions make sure your PAC has the resources to respond quickly whenever important developments emerge. Just be sure you keep your donation incentive strategies compliant with the FEC’s fundraising rules, requirements and prior-approval responsibilities.

Let an authority on PAC fundraising and compliance show you how.

Register now for PAC Fundraising in a Non-Election Year: Strategies to Incentivize Giving & Improve Fundraising.

In this 90-minute webinar, Ronald Jacobs, a Partner in Venable’s Political Law Practice, shows you how to integrate proven fundraising and compliance strategies to keep your PAC funded now and give it a strong head start on the 2018 elections. You will learn how use incentive programs to keep donors motivated while complying with the periodic audits and other responsibilities required during the off year.

Improve donations and prior-approval response rates.  From the “one-third” rule on gifts, to fine-line areas like “tangible benefits,” you will learn what works and how to avoid FEC enforcement action. You will also learn techniques for winning approval from trade association members before soliciting contributions. Plus, you will have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now for guidance on off-year fundraising and compliance, including:

  • Fundraising strategies to increase PAC giving
  • Donor incentives that are FEC-compliant
  • The dos and don’ts for PAC solicitations
  • How to obtain or respond to a prior approval request
  • How to develop a compliance plan for the off-year.

Remember, the political process doesn’t stop in non-election years—and neither can fundraising. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn strategies for keeping donations up and your PAC ready to make a difference.

Register now for PAC Fundraising in a Non-Election Year: Strategies to Incentivize Giving & Improve Fundraising.

Meet Your Trainers

Ronald Jacobs serves as co-chair of Venable’s Political Law Group. He advises clients on all aspects of state and federal political law, including campaign finance, lobbying disclosure, gift and ethics rules, pay-to-play laws, and tax implications of political activities. Mr. Jacobs assists clients with crises response to government investigations and enforcement actions, Congressional investigations, class-action law suits, and other high-profile problems that involve potentially damaging legal and public-relations matters. Along with Lawrence Norton, he co-edits the firm’s Political Law Briefing blog.

Who Will Benefit

This webinar is of value to all types of organizations that come in contact with PACs, especially lobbying and law firms, PACs, associations, businesses with connected PACs, government relations companies, and think tanks. Attendees who will benefit most include:

  • PAC Managers
  • PAC Treasurers
  • Lobbyists
  • Partners
  • CEOs
  • Presidents
  • Vice Presidents
  • Government Affairs Personnel

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