Guide to NECAPAC
NECA’s political action program collects individual personal contributions from NECA members and distributes those funds to worthwhile candidates for the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. This work is carried out through the National Electrical Contractors Association Political Action Committee (NECAPAC), chartered as a “separate segregated” fund under NECA’s direction.
Political Leadership Council
Meet your peers who have taken an active role in the success of NECAPAC. Meet members of the PLC.
Prior Authorization for NECAPAC
NECA is required to obtain “prior authorization” from Member firms before it can communicate more than twice a year with officers or employees of those firms about contributing to its National Electrical Contractors Association Political Action Committee (NECAPAC).