Executive Vice President, Government Relations
OAPAC - Your Industry’s Voice
OAPAC (Outdoor Advertising Political Action Committee) is the voluntary, non-partisan political action committee (PAC) of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA). It is the only PAC representing the outdoor advertising industry in the nation’s political process. It’s your voice on Capitol Hill and across the United States.
Your Contribution makes a Difference
PACs are regulated, transparent, and more important now than ever before, as lobbying rules limit travel and other traditional lobbying activities. One hundred percent of your contribution to OAPAC goes to helping elect and re-elect candidates who support our industry and understand our issues.
OAPAC Supports Your Advocacy Efforts
Support Lobbying Efforts
- OAPAC never stops working for you or your interests.
- OAPAC supports a targeted strategy to reach out and educate new members of Congress, and to help re-elect veteran lawmakers who support our issues.
- OAPAC is the only political action committee of its kind, organized for the express purpose of representing outdoor advertising on Capitol Hill.
- OAPAC is non-partisan.
- OAPAC contributes to candidates, not political parties, committees, or causes.
Your contribution to OAPAC supports the lobbying efforts of the OAAA by helping to build relationships with members of Congress and by helping to educate Membersabout our industry and our issues.
John Hardee of Lamar Advertising with Senator Lindsey Graham
-SC in Columbia, SC
OAPAC is part of OAAA’s targeted strategy to educate new members of Congress, and to help re-elect the industry’s allies in the US House of Representatives and US Senate.
Contributions are voluntary and are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. The guidelines mentioned are merely suggestions. You are free to contribute more or less then the guidelines suggest and OAAA will not favor or disadvantage you by reason of the amount of your contribution or your decision not to contribute.