PFIZERS STATE CORPORATE POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS
PFIZER POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE AND POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS REPORT
The Pfizer political action committee, Pfizer PAC, is a nonpartisan organization that provides opportunities for employees to participate in the American political process. The Pfizer PAC is an employee-run organization with a steering committee made up of Pfizer employees from around the country. When choosing to make a contribution to a candidate, the Pfizer PAC considers candidates’ views on issues that impact Pfizer and its employees as well as the presence of Pfizer facilities or employees in the candidate’s district or state. The PAC steering committee reviews and approves all recommendations for PAC contributions on a monthly basis.
Pfizer’s procedure that limits Pfizer colleagues’ campaign and election activities during working hours also restricts the use of Pfizer resources to support federal and state candidates, political parties and political committees.
PFIZER PAC Leading the Conversation. What is a PAC? PAC stands for Political Action Committee. A political action committee is a government-regulated organization that anyone can form to raise money for political campaign donations. PACs are formed by individuals, non-profits, and even many major corporations. How Does P izer PAC Work? The Pfizer political action committee, Pfizer PAC, is a nonpartisan organization that provides opportunities for employees to participate in the American political process.
The Pfizer PAC is an employee-run organization with a Steering Committee made up of Pfizer employees from different divisions of the company. All corporate PACs are funded by voluntary employee contributions. Pfizer PAC is no different; it relies on the participation of Pfizer colleagues. Who Receives Pfizer PAC Contributions? Pfizer PAC is nonpartisan. It supports Democrats and Republicans who support policies that impact our purpose: Breakthroughs that change patients’ lives. From January 2019 through December 2020, Pfizer PAC supported 950 candidates. When choosing to make a contribution to a candidate, our Government Relations colleagues consider candidates’ views and voting record on policy issues that impact patient access to breakthrough medicines and vaccines as well as the impact on our employees and Pfizer facilities in the candidate’s district or state. A complete list of Pfizer PAC and state corporate political contributions for January 2019 – December 2020 is included in this report.
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