The Arab American Political Action Committee is a Political action committee that was established in 1998 by a group of Arab American professionals to 'organize and encourage the political activities of Arab Americans'.
- Formed: January 1998
- Independent Political Committee, State of Michigan ID # 508703-6
- Federal Election Commission ID # C00346239
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... day, lawn signs, and most importantly direct bilingual mailing to Arab American registered voters in the affected area ... and May 1999, AAPAC mailed its newsletter and endorsements to over 9,300 Arab American voters in Dearborn and over 1,400 voters in Dearborn Heights ...
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