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Our Privacy Policy

Updated: January 24, 2024

This document outlines the privacy practices of (“Committee”, “we”, or “us”), detailing how we gather, use, and share your information when you visit or use our websites, mobile sites, and mobile applications linked to this Privacy Policy (together referred to as the “Site”).

We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Policy periodically. When we update it, we will update the policy's effective date and may notify you by posting a notice on the main page of our website or sending you a direct notification. We recommend that you regularly review this Privacy Policy when you use the Site or interact with us to keep informed about how we manage personal information and your available choices.

How We Collect Information

Information Given to Us by You

Information You Provide to Us We collect data you give us directly. This includes information gathered when you subscribe to emails or SMS notifications, request details, complete a form, sign a petition, volunteer, register for events, donate or make purchases, email us, or communicate with us in any other way. The data we collect may include your name, contact details (like email, postal address, and phone number), payment details (though these may be directly gathered by a third-party processor), and any other information you decide to share.

Additionally, the Federal Election Commission (FEC) may mandate that we gather specific personal details from donors. For instance, the FEC requires us to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and employer of any individual whose donations to the Committee surpass $200 per election cycle.

Information that is Automatically Collected

Whenever you visit or interact with our Site, we automatically obtain certain details about you, which include:

  • Activity and Log Data: We capture information regarding your usage and interaction with the Site, such as your browser type, the version of the application you're using, the times you access the Site, the pages you look at, your IP address, and the website you were on before coming to our Site.

  • Device Details: Information about the device you use to access our Site, including its hardware model, operating system and version, unique device identifiers, and information about your mobile network, is gathered.

  • Transactional Details: When you donate or make a purchase, we gather details related to that transaction, including the amount donated, the price of the purchase, details about the product, and the transaction's date and location.

  • Location Data: Your device's approximate location might be inferred from your IP address.

  • Data from Cookies and Tracking Technologies: We, along with our service providers, employ various technologies, such as cookies and web beacons, to gather data. Cookies are tiny data files stored on your device's hard drive or in its memory that aid in enhancing our Site and your experience on it, tracking which areas and features of our Site are most popular, and counting the number of visits. Web beacons, also known as "pixel tags" or "clear GIFs," are electronic images that can be used on our Site or in our emails to facilitate the delivery of cookies, tally visits, and gauge the effectiveness of usage and campaigns. For details on how to disable cookies, refer to the "Your Choices" section below.

Information That We Collect from Other Sources

We, along with our service partners, might also gather data about you from additional sources and integrate this with the information we collect on our Site. For instance, we and our service providers might obtain data about you from external parties, like providers of mailing lists and sources that are publicly accessible. Furthermore, if you contribute to us via a third party, like, we will receive specific information about you from that third party.

How We Use Information

We may utilize the data we gather for the following purposes:

  • Enhance, maintain, and provide our Site;

  • Fulfill and deliver the information you seek, process your donations and transactions, and send pertinent details;

  • Issue technical notices, updates, security alerts, and support and administrative communications, and provide technical assistance;

  • Address your emails, comments, inquiries, and requests; solicit feedback or support, and reach out to you regarding your involvement with the Committee and your use of the Site;

  • Inform you about the Committee's activities, including updates on various issues, events, opportunities for volunteering, and requests for volunteers, donations, and support for the Committee;

  • Offer news and information we believe will interest you, remind you to vote and register to vote, and help you find your registration details and polling place; (refer to Your Choices below for details on how to opt out of these communications);

  • Fulfill our legal and financial responsibilities, including contacting you if required by Federal election laws to gather additional information from you;

  • Observe and analyze trends, usage, and activities related to our Site, customize the Site, and offer advertisements, content, or features that match your preferences, interests, and your browsing and online activities;

  • Identify, investigate, and prevent fraudulent transactions and other illegal actions and safeguard the rights and property of the Committee and others; and

  • Execute any other purpose we described to you at the time your information was collected.


Information That We Share

We may distribute information about you in the following ways, as outlined in this Privacy Policy or otherwise:

  • To vendors, service providers, volunteers, and consultants who require this information to perform services on our behalf;

  • To candidates, organizations, campaigns, groups, or causes we believe align with our political views, principles, or objectives, or have similar goals, and with organizations that facilitate communication and information exchange among such groups (this does not include information opted into for SMS text programs);

  • To the Federal Elections Commission to report necessary information, such as the name, mailing address, occupation, and employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle (for more details, visit the FEC website at;

  • In response to a request for information if we believe disclosure aligns with, or is mandated by, any applicable law or legal process, including requests from public authorities for national security or law enforcement purposes;

  • When we genuinely believe that we are legally permitted or obligated to do so, or when such disclosure is deemed reasonably necessary or appropriate to adhere to legal processes or to respond to lawful requests, claims, or legal authorities, including responding to lawful subpoenas, warrants, or court orders;

  • If we believe that your actions do not align with our user agreements or policies, or if it's necessary to protect the rights, property, and safety of the Committee, its workers, volunteers, constituents, or others;

  • In connection with, or during negotiations of, any organizational restructuring, formation of a new committee or successor entity, sale or transfer of assets, financing, or lending transactions, or in any other scenario where personal information might be disclosed or transferred as part of the Committee's assets;

  • With your consent or at your direction.

Additionally, we may share aggregated or anonymized information that cannot reasonably be used by third parties to identify you.

We may also share aggregated or de-identified information that cannot reasonably be used by those third parties to identify you.

Links We Have to Other Websites

Our Site might include links to external websites or offer access to tools and features operated by third parties. For instance, we might use links to third-party sites to ease the process of making donations or purchases on our behalf. The personal information you submit through these websites, tools, features, or via linked sites is collected directly by the third party and falls under their own privacy policy, not ours. We recommend familiarizing yourself with their privacy and security measures and policies prior to sharing your personal information with them.

The Online Petitions On Our Site

If you choose to sign an online petition, be aware that the petition constitutes public information. Consequently, we may publicly disclose the petition along with your name, city, state, and any comments you have made. Furthermore, we might share these petitions or summaries of them, inclusive of your comments, name, city, and state, with leaders at the national, state, or local level, or with the media.

Our Social Sharing Features

Our Site may include social sharing functionalities and integrated tools (like the Facebook “Like” button), allowing you to share your activities on our Site with other platforms, and the other way around. Using these features means you can share information with your friends or the public, based on your privacy settings on the respective social media platform. To understand more about how your data is collected and used in relation to these social sharing options, please consult the privacy policies of the companies offering these features.

Analytics & Advertising Services Provided by Others

We may permit third parties to provide analytics services and display advertisements on our behalf across the internet and in mobile apps. These parties may employ cookies, web beacons, device identifiers, and other technologies to gather information about your interaction with our Site and other websites and apps. This can include details such as your IP address, browser type, mobile network data, pages visited, time spent on pages or in apps, links clicked, and information on conversions. The Committee and others might use this data for various purposes, including to analyze and monitor data, assess the popularity of specific content, offer measurement services, and present ads and content that align with your interests on our Site and elsewhere online, enhancing your overall online experience.

For instance, we might utilize tools like Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel, or other remarketing tools to conduct online advertising. These tools allow third-party vendors, including Google and Facebook, to display our advertisements on various sites across the internet. These vendors may use a combination of first-party and third-party cookies to show ads based on your previous visits to our Site. To opt out of Google’s cookie use for personalized advertising, you can visit Google’s Ads Settings. For more information on interest-based advertising or to opt out of having your web browsing information used for behavioral advertising purposes, you can visit

Transfer of Information to the U.S.

The Committee operates from the United States and targets U.S. residents, with information processing and storage occurring within the U.S. If you're situated outside the U.S., both we and our service providers might move your data to, or access or store your information in, countries that may offer different standards of data protection compared to your own country.

Cookies Settings

By default, most web browsers are configured to accept cookies. However, you have the option to configure your browser to delete or refuse browser cookies if you wish. Additionally, you can manage your preferences concerning cookies used for behavioral advertising by visiting Be aware that opting to delete or refuse cookies may impact the accessibility and performance of our Site.

Promotional Communications From Us

You have the option to unsubscribe from promotional emails sent by the Committee by adhering to the directions provided in those emails. Should you choose to opt out, it's important to note that we might still send you emails that are not promotional in nature, such as communications regarding your account or our continuing business interactions.

Our Mobile Push Notifications/Alerts

If you agree, we have the ability to send both promotional and non-promotional notifications or alerts to your mobile device. Should you wish to stop receiving these messages, you can do so at any point by adjusting the notification preferences on your mobile device.


If you have any inquiries or issues about your privacy, please reach out to our Compliance Team at:

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