CCFB Political Action Committee
The Cook County Farm Bureau® Political Action Committee (PAC), established in 2009, designed to promote the economic and social well-being of individuals, farmers, businesses and agricultural-related interests in Cook County through nonpartisan political involvement. A copy of our reports are filed with the State Board of Elections and are available on the Board’s official website.
What Members get out of Cook CFB PAC
CCFB PAC encourages Farm Bureau members to become more aware of and engaged in the electoral process. Additionally, CCFB PAC provides support to those candidates supportive of Farm Bureau and Farm Bureau policies.
What Members' Contributions Do
Contributions will be used to support candidates or issues that are in line with Farm Bureau policies. These polices are determined by Farm Bureau members.
Candidate support is determined by a CCFB PAC Governance Committee made up of Farm Bureau members. All contributions to candidates or elected officials will be made in accordance with Illinois law and Cook County statute.
Members are encouraged to contribute $1 to support the CCFB PAC.
However, members are not obligated to contribute to CCFB PAC. The amount that a member choose to contribute, if any, will not impact their membership with Cook County Farm Bureau or any benefits they may receive through CCFB. Contributions to CCFB PAC are voluntary.
Political contributions are not tax deductible.
For More Information
For additional information, questions or concerns please contact the Director of Governmental Affairs at 708-354-3276.
A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections and the County Clerk is (or will be) available for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois, and from the Cook County Clerk, Ethics & Campaign Disclosure, 69 W. Washington St, 5th Floor, Chicago, IL 60602.