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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