About The BIPAC Action Fund
BIPAC is dedicated to increasing the political effectiveness of America's business community through tools and services, an extensive network and political strategy. An important part of advancing the pro-prosperity agenda is ensuring there are pro-business candidates elected into office.
BIPAC's Action Fund was created to protect and promote prosperity by electing and motivating champions of free enterprise.
The Action Fund is the non-connected political action committee (PAC) for BIPAC which allows the business community to join together to participate in a meaningful way in the political process.
Contribute to the PAC
For over 50 years, BIPAC has made financial contributions to candidates for the U. S. House and Senate. Through political and economic turmoil, our mission has remained the same: to elect pro-business legislators who would form majority coalitions to enact our agenda for growth, innovation, and prosperity.
Thousands of candidates have received our financial help, usually in their first election. Whether they won or lost their initial election, some contenders have gone on to become president of the United States, cabinet officers, agency commissioners, majority leader of the Senate, speaker of the House, chairs of major committees, governors, association executives, and corporate executives.
Because the BIPAC Action Fund is a non-connected PAC, any U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident can contribute. The Action Fund accepts contributions from those with similar missions and goals, as well as individuals who want to support pro-prosperity candidates.
> Make a contribution to the BIPAC Action Fund and help support pro-business candidates for Congress.
Since 1963, BIPAC has guided business through the political process. Today, BIPAC functions as the engine behind America’s largest grassroots business network ensuring when business votes, business wins.
To learn more about BIPAC, please visit www.bipac.org.
2020 U.S. Senate Endorsed Candidates
2020 U.S. House Endorsed Candidates
Rosemary Becchi (R-NJ 11)
David Carlucci (D-NY 17) - primary
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera (D-NY 14) - primary
Rep. Jim Costa (D-CA 16)
Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX 28)
Randy Feenstra (R-IA 4)
Mike Garcia (R-CA 25)
Ashley Hinson (R-IA 1)
Wesley Hunt (R-TX 7)
Darrell Issa (R-CA 50
Fred Keller (R-PA 12)
Young Kim (R-CA 39)
Lisa Scheller (R-PA 7)
David Valadao (R-CA 21)
Beth Van Duyne (R-TX 24)
David Young (R-IA 3)