We Fight to Ensure the Government is Supporting Our Police Officers
Police Officers Defense Alliance PAC (PODA) has made it our mission to make sure our government is doing what it can to protect and promote Federal legislation that provides funding to better support the infrastructure our law enforcement agencies depend on – for their lives!
Police Officers Defense Alliance PAC (PODA) has made it our mission to make sure our government is enacting legislation that protects and enhances our law enforcement officers and related agencies.
Our society is at a crossroads. For several generations, an expansive federal regime has marginalized and supplanted the institutions holding our society together. No wonder, then, that so much seems to be coming apart now.
As a non-partisan independent expenditure-only Political Action Committee, Police Officers Defense Alliance PAC will identify and promote any lawmakers who will pledge to stand with, advocate for, and help our nation’s police officers and law enforcement agencies.
POLICE OFFICERS NOT BEING PROTECTED FROM COVID-19!
Police officers need your support to promote legislation to protect law enforcement. With this global pandemic of COVID-19, police officers around the world are being tasked with being on the front line and most susceptible to this life-threatening disease. No days off, no additional protective gear, no hazardous duty pay. Once this pandemic recedes, please take the time to demand that your Senator or U.S. Representative initiate better legislation that supports police officers in the line of duty in regards to medical and health exposure.
Police Officers Defense Alliance PAC (PODA)
Super PACs, officially known as “independent-expenditure only committees”, may not make contributions to candidate campaigns or parties, but may engage in unlimited political spending independently of the campaigns. Unlike traditional PACs, they can raise funds from individuals, corporations, unions, and other groups without any legal limit on donation size.
According to FEC advisories, Super PACs are not allowed to coordinate directly with candidates or political parties. This restriction is intended to prevent them from operating campaigns that complement or parallel those of the candidates they support or engaging in negotiations that could result in quid pro quo bargaining between donors to the PAC and the candidate or officeholder. However, it is legal for candidates and Super PAC managers to discuss campaign strategy and tactics through the media.
This Police Officers Defense Alliance PAC web portal is intended to represent fundraising for Federal political candidates that have sponsored, co-sponsored or support legislation that supports conservative bi-partisan values that also supports our law enforcement communities.