Texas history is replete with examples of universities using political action committees (PACs) to engage in the political process and aggressively promote their agendas, their campuses and their programs.
Until 2006, The Texas A&M System never used the tools of political advocacy to complement its public information efforts, putting the System at a tremendous disadvantage.
Since the formation of the A&M PAC, the legislative process has yielded countless opportunities for the Texas A&M System to return tremendous value back to all Texans.
By enriching academic programs and expanding research, Texas A&M is doing what it has always done best — make Texas a better state to live, work and play.
Through the A&M PAC we are providing accountable participation in the political process aimed at direct support of the public policy interest of The Texas A&M University System. Please donate today so we can continue to make strategic distributions to candidates and officeholders to advance the mission of The Texas A&M University System.
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