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The Armed Forces Chamber PAC, the nonpartisan political arm of the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce, endorses political candidates who unwaveringly support veterans, active-duty military personnel, and their families. Registered with the Nevada Secretary of State, the PAC advocates for policies advancing the interests of those who have served our nation. Additionally, the PAC backs policies that bolster businesses, enhance the regional economy, and address employer concerns. Candidates must also demonstrate a commitment to student achievement and educational excellence, recognizing education's vital role in shaping future leaders. The PAC values candidates willing to collaborate with the Armed Forces Chamber of Commerce and the broader business community on various issues. Through these endorsements, the PAC aims to foster a supportive environment for military families and the business community, ensuring a prosperous future for all.


The Armed Forces Chamber PAC provides up to $25,000 of robust in-kind support to its endorsed candidates, including comprehensive advertising and promotional efforts to enhance their visibility. Endorsements are featured on "Armed Forces Chamber Live," the official radio talk-show broadcast to nearly 300,000 listeners on KCEP 88.1 FM and KUNV 91.5 FM. The PAC also places advertisements in the Chamber’s e-newsletter and e-magazine and posts supportive content on the Chamber's social media pages, including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and X. Endorsed candidates can use the "Proudly Endorsed by Armed Forces Chamber PAC" logo. Additionally, endorsements are advertised in publications like the Boulder City Review, Las Vegas Review-Journal, Las Vegas Sun, Moapa Valley Progress, Pahrump Valley Times, Veterans Reporter News, and Veterans World Magazine. This approach ensures endorsed candidates receive extensive exposure and recognition, supporting their campaigns and highlighting their commitment to veterans, military personnel, and the broader business community.



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