Social Studies


Political action committees (PACs) are formed by

interest groups.
political campaigns.
super PACs.

2 Answer

  • Political action committees or also known as PACs are formed by the interest groups, which is the second choice. The interest groups are a group of people who share the same interest or goals in means of influencing the government and to be able to promote their investment and even protect it.
  • A Political action committee (PAC) is formed to further the goals of an interest group.

    What is a PAC?

    Political action committees (PACs) are organizations that pool funds together to fund the election of certain people into power.

    The hope is that when this person is elected, they will favor the interests of the interest group that formed the PAC that gave them election funding.

    In conclusion, option B is correct.

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