Leading the fight to preserve Surety Bail for bail agents in California

CBAA’s Political Action Committee

PAC Title: California Bail Agent Political Action Committee
ID#: 1392838

Administrator: Jen Slater
Campaign Compliance Group, Inc.
9070 Irvine Center Drive, Suite 150
Irvine, CA 92618


CBAA’S Political Action Committee is a Tax Exempt 527 Organization


A political action committee, or PAC, is an organization that takes campaign contributions from its members and donates those funds to campaigns for or against political candidates, legislation or initiatives.

PACs are a significant force in American politics. They allow like-minded individuals and groups to support their preferred candidates and political agendas collectively.

PACs can be created by corporations, labor unions, trade associations, other interest groups or even by citizens who want to support specific candidates or causes. They have been the subject of much debate and controversy because some argue that they provide a crucial avenue for groups to express their political views. Other sides believe they distort elections by allowing wealthy organizations and individuals disproportionate influence.


The primary purpose of a political action committee is to influence the outcome of elections and shape public policy. PACs provide financial support to candidates and causes that align with their objectives.

PACs allow people with shared political beliefs or interests to pool their resources and significantly impact the political process more than they would individually.

PACs can also serve as a means for corporations, labor unions, and other organizations to participate in the political process and advocate for their interests. Or, differently said, these groups can increase their influence on public policy via PACs.

Political Action Committees (PACs) can sometimes be created to either support or oppose particular ballot initiatives or referendums. This gives the members a chance to discuss vital policy matters directly.