The Insurance and Financial Advisors Political Action Committee IFAPAC’s mission is to help NAIFA advance the legislative and regulatory interests of NAIFA members and their clients by supporting campaigns of candidates for both state and federal public offices. Regardless of party IFAPAC supports legislators who understand the important role agents and advisors play in protecting the financial future of 90 million American families across the country.
IFAPAC describes collectively the PACs sponsored by NAIFA at the federal and state levels. Each PAC is a separate fund dedicated to supporting legislators at their jurisdiction. Of approximately 5,000 political action committees registered with the Federal Election Commission, your federal PAC, NAIFAPAC ranks in the top tier and is the insurance industry standard-setting PAC. In the last election cycle, the NAIFAPAC contributed about $1.3 million to federal candidates.
The power of IFAPAC comes from You, our members! By combining the resources of NAIFA members we can reach legislators on both sides of the aisle in Austin and Capitol Hill. This ensures our grassroots advocates (YOU) and professional staff are able to educate lawmakers on issues important to insurance agents and financial advisors and their clients.
NAIFA-Texas PAC, along with the other state IFAPACs, in addition to the NAIFAPAC to contribute approximately $2.5 million to federal and state candidates and committees. NAIFA-Texas PAC supported 55 state legislators in the last election cycle.
Members - To make a request for NAIFA-Texas PAC to contribute to a member of the Texas House of Representatives or the Texas State Senate, please click the button below. The NAIFA-Texas PAC Board must approve all requests. Please allow 4-6 weeks for the request to be reviewed.
(To request funds for a congressional candidate, please email email@example.com)
Some of our legislative or regulatory victories during the 87th Legislative Session (2021) include:
For more information on NAIFA-Texas Political Action Committee and advocacy efforts, please contact Bianca Alonso Weiss.