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Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

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The term “political action committee” (PAC) refers to two distinct types of political committees registered with the FEC: separate segregated funds (SSFs) and nonconnected committees. Basically, SSFs are political committees established and administered by corporations, labor unions, membership organizations or trade associations. These committees can only solicit contributions from individuals associated with connected or sponsoring organization. By contrast, nonconnected committees–as their name suggests–are not sponsored by or connected to any of the aforementioned entities and are free to solicit contributions from the general public.

Young American’s For Liberty

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Today, I’m thrilled to inform you of two major announcements from Young Americans for Liberty.

On the heels of a semester of overwhelming success, my staff and I have not wasted a moment to prepare for the battles that lie ahead.  In fact, we are working overtime this summer to develop our plan of action for the coming school year.

And let’s not forget, campaign season is right around the corner.

That’s why Young Americans for Liberty is taking full advantage of this summer.

As we kick into high-gear, I’m proud to announce that YAL is launching a groundbreaking new website!

Phase 1 of the website will launch July 1, just in time for Independence Day.  This will be the first step in developing an extensive grassroots-based online platform that gives our chapters and youth activists the tools to advance liberty on their campuses.

You can receive up-to-the-minute alerts on our website launch by signing up for Young Americans for Liberty email reports.

Please keep up with YAL by signing up for these alerts at www.yaliberty.org.

To excite you with our early progress, I’d like to give you a sneak peek of the homepage of our new website.  We’re still working out the kinks, but I think you will be very impressed with the design.  Click here to check it out.

Aside from our impressive new website, I’m especially pleased to announce the 2009 YAL National Convention in Arlington, VA, July 30 – August 2.

The first-ever YAL National Convention is a very intimate, three-day event bringing together the top youth activists from across the country to receive the best political training available.

Now is the time to prepare for the 2010 election cycle, and YAL’s expert teachers will equip you with the skills to win elections for liberty candidates.

If you are a member of YAL, you are invited to apply for an exclusive seat at the convention.  Only 50 of the top youth activists in the country will be accepted to attend.

To apply, please fill out the application here.

A full schedule of the YAL National Convention will be released shortly, and it will include a very special keynote speaker.  It’s an event you won’t want to miss!

Thanks to our generous donors, ticket prices are only $30, and attendees will receive free lodging, meals, training, and supplies at the convention.  All you have to do is get there.

Needless to say, we are building quickly on last semester’s success.  Your support of Young Americans for Liberty makes these efforts possible, and for that I am forever grateful.

My staff and I will continue working long hours this summer to prepare for the upcoming school year and the 2010 election season.

Please be sure to visit our new website when it launches July 1st and apply for the 2009 YAL National Convention to receive the best political training around.

For liberty,

Jeff Frazee
Executive Director, YAL