MCAA PAC Appreciates Your Support

January 24, 2020

Thank you to everyone who supported the MCAA PAC in 2019. With your support, the MCAA PAC can continue its efforts to gain our members and our industry a fair hearing in federal public policy decisions.

Those supporting the MCAA PAC from January 1, 2019 – December 30, 2019 were:

  • Shannon Baker
  • Robert Beck
  • Robert M. Bolton
  • Michael Brandt
  • Pete Buongiorno
  • Michael Cables
  • Robert Carder
  • Jay Chase
  • Lonzo Coleman
  • Steve Cornelius
  • Dennis Corrigan
  • Matthew Cunningham
  • Anthony D’Ascenzo
  • Jim DeFlavio
  • Fredric J. Dorci
  • Carl M. Evans
  • Robert Felix
  • Chuck Fell
  • Christopher J. Freeman
  • Greg Fuller
  • Michael Gallagher
  • Don Giarratano
  • Richard Gopffarth
  • Jason Gordon
  • Curtis Harbour
  • Tim Healy
  • Brian Helm
  • Brian C. Hughes
  • Robert A. Lake
  • William Lynch
  • Mark Magnuson
  • The Miles Family Revocable Trust
  • Beni Monaco
  • Michael Reed
  • Rebecca A. Rex
  • James R. Reynolds
  • Mark Rogers
  • Nicholas Sapnar
  • Richard Sawhill
  • Bryan Suttles
  • Michael Tobin
  • Tim Vasquez
  • Lawrence Verne
  • David J. Voytko
  • Frank Wall

MCAA PAC appreciates your support.

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