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Powered by the support of thousands of community bankers, ICBA PAC is a vital tool that enhances ICBA’s Be Heard advocacy campaign and our industry’s voice in Washington.
As the only federal PAC dedicated exclusively to representing community banks, ICBA PAC educates and supports candidates on both sides of the aisle who are committed to generating a successful economic and regulatory environment for community banks and the communities they proudly serve.
Community banks have risen to the call during this unprecedented time by supporting communities and small businesses when they’ve needed it most. Sharing our story with key allies in Congress strengthens our mission to navigate future challenges and ICBA PAC plays a vital role in this advocacy effort.
ICBA PAC is the only federal political action committee dedicated exclusively to supporting community banks in Washington. ICBA PAC plays an integral role in supporting ICBA’s overall advocacy efforts by building relationships with Members of Congress serving in House and Senate Leadership, on key committees of jurisdiction, and policymakers with a proven record of supporting community banks top legislative priorities.
ICBA PAC operates in a bipartisan manner to educate and support the campaigns of pro community banking candidates and elected officials that work to generate legislative wins for ICBA’s membership and the communities ICBA banks proudly serve.
ICBA PAC has a history of raising over $1.85 million from over 3000 ICBA leadership bankers, bank employees, and ICBA staff each election cycle. Contributions from ICBA membership allow ICBA PAC to strategically identify opportunities to enhance ICBA’s visibility in Washington and build community bank champions in Congress through coordination with the ICBA Congressional Relations team, leadership bankers, and state association leaders.
ICBA PAC disbursed nearly $1.3 million dollars to over 300 federal candidates and committees during the 2021-2022 election cycle and will continue supporting industry advocates during the 2023-2024 election cycle. ICBA PAC is among the top federal PACs nationwide and is essential to ensuring that the voices of community bankers are heard on Capitol Hill. Broad support of ICBA PAC through contributions by member bank CEOs, employees, and directors is vital for the success of ICBA’s advocacy activities.