Georgia Restaurant Association Political Action Committee (GRA-PAC)
The GRA Political Action Committee (GRA-PAC) is sustained by your contributions which allow us to:
- Promote and fight legislation that can aide or hurt our industry.
- Contribute to candidates that support our industry.
- Organize grassroots campaigns to advocate for the industry.
With your continued support, the GRA-PAC can become more effective, be in more cities around the state and support more candidates.
The GRA-PAC is the ONLY state Political Action Committee dedicated to advocating for the
needs of the Restaurant and Food Service industry. Support the GRA-PAC today!*
State Contribution Limits
*All contributions to the GRA PAC are not tax-deductible for federal, state or income tax purposes. Combined contributions exceeding $100 in an aggregate year for each individual are required to be reported with the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission including name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer.
To support the National Restaurant Association PAC*, please visit: http://advocacy.restaurant.org/content.aspx?page=support2.
Federal Contribution Limits
*Contributions to NRA-PAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions are used for political purposes and are voluntary. You may decline to contribute without reprisal. Proposed contribution amounts are merely suggestions, and you may contribute more or less or not at all. The National Restaurant Association will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount contributed or the decision not to contribute. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year. Personal, partnership and sole proprietorship contributions to the NRA-PAC are permitted. However, corporate contributions are prohibited by federal law. If the partnerships or LLC has a corporate partner/member, no portion of the contribution can be apportioned to that partner/member.