Black America's Political Action Committee (BAMPAC) is a registered unaffiliated non-partisan Political Action Committee. Since its incorporation in 1994, BAMPAC has grown as one of America's leading Political Action Committees. BAMPAC continually strives to differentiate itself from the nation’s PACs, and has been considered one of the more forward looking Political Action Committees since its inception. With a diverse group of contributors, BAMPAC provides much needed financial assistance to candidates running for elected office on all levels of government.
BAMPAC candidates are committed to supporting common sense solutions to complex public policy problems: promoting Social Security reform, improving public education, expanding economic opportunities to historically disadvantaged sectors in America, vigorously promoting equality for all Americans, protecting the sanctity of human life; restoring basic American values; and building up the importance of family in our communities.
BAMPAC has supported hundreds of candidates through its political advocacy, and they serve faithfully on the local, state, and federal levels of government. BAMPAC candidates recognize that government is effective when it properly confers basic freedoms on all Americans, and does so, without impeding on conservative and economic principles that make our country extraordinary.
BAMPAC supports candidates’ campaigns with organizational and political strategies that enable them to remain competitive throughout an election cycle.
BAMPAC also impacts the political arena with issue advocacy and community support programs. BAMPAC officials routinely appear on television and radio programs promoting our approach to public policy.
BAMPAC sponsored television, radio, and print advertisements appear in high profile news outlets such as MSNBC and Black Enterprise Magazine. Furthermore, BAMPAC is directly involved with the community with the "BAMPAC Scholars" program which seeks to provide scholarships to outstanding students in the Washington, DC area.