GIVE TO YOUR STATE/NATIONAL PACS & LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of California’s advocacy efforts on the state and national levels are funded from several advocacy funds. These funds are a key element of an expansive political action program and long-range plan to strengthen our advocacy effectiveness. As an IIABCal member,  independent insurance agents and brokers are encourage to contributed to IIPAC, InsurPAC and the Legal Defense Fund.

IIPAC is the non-partisan political action committee of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of California (IIABCal).

IIPAC is a non-partisan political action committee funded through voluntary contributions collected during the annual membership dues process. IIPAC contributes to the campaigns of candidates seeking election to the California Legislature, to candidate-based fundraising committees, and to candidates for statewide office. IIPAC is also used for participation in coalitions and campaigns on public policy issues important to members and their clients, whether by legislation, regulation, initiative or referendum. 

Click here to make an IIPAC contribution.

InsurPac is the Political Action Committee (PAC) of IIABA's 23,000 member agencies and 300,000 agents and brokers nationwide.  It is the largest property-casualty insurance industry PAC in the country, and is one of the primary reasons the Big "I" is rated among the most successful lobbying groups in Washington, DC.

InsurPac raises funds by asking for voluntary personal contributions from independent agents and brokers throughout the country.  By pooling money together, InsurPac helps elect candidates and re-elect members of the U.S. Congress who share IIABA's business philosophy.

Click here to support InsurPAC.

IIABCal established a Legal Defense Fund to provide a ready source of funds to protect the common business interests of the membership when threatened.

Legal Defense Fund proceeds may be used to pay legal fees and related costs to outside law firms as well as to recover expenses for in-house legal costs and services associated with defending the members’ interests in the matter at hand.

Expenditures for threats resulting from litigation, regulation, legislation or referendum must be approved by the Board of Directors or by a unanimous vote of the Executive Committee on its behalf between meetings.