Ohio Aviation Association Political Action Committee

 

What is the OAA PAC?

The Ohio Aviation Association Political Action Committee (OAA PAC) is a political action committee of the OAA under section 3517.082 and 3517.01 C 8 of the Revised Code. The OAA PAC is not affiliated with any political party and is organized for the purpose of receiving voluntary contributions from employees of member organizations, other political action committees, or separate segregated funds and to raise funds to contribute to candidates, ballot measures, and political committees that support and promote aviation. The OAA PAC is not a federal PAC. The Ohio Aviation Association provides minimal administrative support to the OAA PAC.


  

OAA PAC: Ohio Airports' Partner for Success!

Read more here to learn how the OAA PAC is your partner for success!


 
Interested in joining us for an event? Upcoming OAA PAC events:

The OAA PAC events continue to be added. Please continue to check back for updates or like our Facebook page to get updates on your phone. A suggested minimum contribution of $50 per person per event from a non-corporate entity or a personal payment (check or credit card).

September 5, 2019
Buckeye Bourbon House
36 East Gay Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
(Located in the Marriott Residence Inn)
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
NOTE: This is both a Member Appreciation Happy Hour and PAC Event.

 

How Can I Contribute?

You can contribute through attendance of one of our OAA PAC Events (listed on this page) or at any time by sending a check (from an individual, another PAC, sole proprietor, partnership, or association, formed under the State of Ohio)**.  Please mail your checks to OAA PAC, PO Box 340257, Columbus, OH 43234-0257.  

**Incorporated professional associations and limited liability companies are considered unincorporated associations or, if applicable, partnerships; which are permitted to make contributions.  However, the partnership may not make a contribution in the name of the partnership alone. At the time the entity issues a contribution check, it must also provide OAA details on how the check is to be allocated among the partner/s, owner/s or member/s making the contribution.  [R.C. 3517.10 (I)].  Further, if the allocation is not provided from such an entity, OAA cannot accept the contribution.  
 

Note: We do not share your information with third parties unless where required by law.  Contributions to the OAAPAC are not tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes. Corporate contributions are prohibited.  Partnerships, LLCs and other unincorporated entities may contribute, but must include the name of an owner or owners to whom to attribute the contribution.  If the contributor is self-employed, the business name and occupation of the contributor must be reported. Ohio law requires that all contributors must provide their name and address regardless of contribution amount and the name of their employer if the contribution is for more than $100.