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Many Voices, ONE MESSAGE: Protect Access to Justice
Our voice is stronger when we join together as a trial lawyer community to show our support for pro-civil-justice candidates.

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What is AAJ PAC?
AAJ PAC is a federal political action committee that supports the races of pro-civil-justice candidates and incumbents from both sides of the political aisle.

• AAJ PAC is bipartisan.
• AAJ PAC contributes over $6 million every 2-year campaign cycle to candidates who stand with you to ensure Americans have their day in court.
• Contributions to AAJ PAC supports pro-civil-justice candidates.
• 80% of candidates supported by AAJ PAC won in 2020.

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Contact AAJ PAC at (202) 684-9591 or email aajpac@justice.org.      Contact Us

AAJ PAC helps us protect the fundamental right to trial by jury. Protecting that right is not a Democratic or a Republican ideal—it is an American ideal.

Rick Barrera, Jr. Buckingham Barrera Law Firm Albuquerque, NM
Federal election law prohibits corporate contributions. Contributions to AAJ PAC are voluntary and not tax deductible for federal tax purposes. In accordance with federal election laws, AAJ PAC cannot accept contributions from foreign nationals. AAJ PAC accepts contributions only from AAJ members, members of an affiliated state TLA, and their immediate families. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer of individuals whose contributions to AAJ PAC exceed $200 in a calendar year. You may refuse to contribute without any reprisal. The giving guidelines provided are suggestions only and you will not be favored or disadvantaged by reason of the amount you contribute.