Ending gun violence is our mission.

We‘ve seen it happen too many times to let it continue. Members of Congress offer their thoughts and prayers in the wake of a tragic mass shooting, but won’t lift a finger to prevent others. They would rather protect the gun manufacturers than your families. They would rather take money from the NRA than show the slightest bit of political courage and listen to the overwhelming majority of Americans like you calling for change.

The Brady PAC backs federal candidates running for office who support background checks on all guns sales, banning assault weapons and enacting other common sense gun violence prevention laws that will make our homes, schools and communities safe again.

And… to those sitting members who choose the NRA over the American people, know that Brady PAC supporters will lead the charge to vote you out and a gun violence prevention champion in. That’s a promise!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a PAC?

A political action committee, or PAC, is an organization that pools contributions from members to support or oppose political campaigns, candidates, ballot initiatives or legislation.

What is Brady PAC?

The Brady PAC is a bipartisan, nonprofit political action committee that supports and defends candidates who champion sensible gun laws.

How can I join Brady PAC?

Make a donation! Only U.S. citizens or persons lawfully admitted for permanent residency in the U.S. are eligible to contribute to the PAC. Visit the online form here.

Questions? You can reach out to the PAC Manager at any time by email at info@bradypac.org

How can I contribute via Check?

If you would prefer to make a contribution via check instead of online, you can mail a check made out to "BradyPAC" to: 

918 Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003

Is there a limit on how much I can contribute to Brady PAC?

Federal law limits your contributions to Brady PAC during any calendar year to $5,000.

Will anyone know whether I join or not?

Brady PAC does not publicize who contributes to Brady PAC. However, under federal law Brady PAC must report to the Federal Election Commission aggregate contributions over $200 per calendar year and this information is available to the public.

How are contribution decisions made?

The Brady PAC decisions are made based on the following criteria:

  • Alignment with goals and political agenda of Brady PAC
  • Voting record on GVP issues to the Brady PAC
  • Competitiveness of candidate's race

How else can I get involved?

Want to learn more about how to stop gun violence and make America safer? Check out Brady! They’ve worked for more than 30 years to end gun violence in America through grassroots efforts and sensible legislation.


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