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Black America's PAC

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This article is part of the Center for Media & Democracy's spotlight on front groups and corporate spin.

Black America's Political Action Committee (BAMPAC) supports conservative policies and African-American candidates. Its name misleadingly suggests that it represents the point of view of African-Americans, but in fact opinion polls and voting patterns show that the vast majority of African-Americans disagree with BAMPAC's political positions.

BAMPAC claims to be nonpartisan, but its IRS tax statement explicitly states that its mission is to elect Republicans.[citation needed]

PR affiliations include Bruce Eberle, Tarrance Group and the National Center for Public Policy Research.[citation needed]

Black America's PAC is a member of Internet Freedom Coalition, a project of the Institute for Liberty which states that the internet should be "free of government interference".[1]

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Website: http://www.bampac.org/

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  1. "Internet Freedom Coalition", accessed September 2009.

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