About MCCL PACs
Before pro-life laws can be enacted, pro-life officials must be elected to office. That’s why Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL)—Minnesota’s largest pro-life organization—has two political action committees that actively support pro-life candidates for public office.
A political action committee (PAC) is an organization formed by an association of people to raise money for political activity. MCCL’s PACs enable pro-life citizens to pool their resources to directly aid pro-life candidates.
The MCCL State PAC supports pro-life candidates at the state level. The MCCL Federal PAC supports pro-life candidates for federal office. Funds for these PACs are completely separate from other MCCL funds, which are not used to advocate for political candidates.
The effectiveness of MCCL PACs
MCCL PACs have helped elect many pro-life candidates to office. Those candidates have helped enact many pro-life laws and policies. And those pro-life laws have helped save many lives from abortion and other threats to human life.
For example, MCCL State PAC-supported candidates have passed Woman’s Right to Know, Positive Alternatives, a ban on assisted suicide, and numerous other pro-life measures. MCCL Federal PAC-supported candidates have passed the federal ban on partial-birth abortion, preserved the Hyde Amendment that prevents most federal funding of abortion, and much more.
Learn more about how pro-life laws in Minnesota have saved lives.
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