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It’s no secret to you that trucking is essential to North Dakota’s economy and our way of life. Despite the essential role of the
trucking industry, we see growing regulatory burdens and increased public scrutiny. This places immense pressure on
lawmakers to pass laws that would hinder the industry.

 

As a tool to aid the North Dakota’s trucking industry, the North Dakota Motor Carriers Association (NDMCA) formed a Political
Action Committee, TruckPAC North Dakota, to help elect trucking-friendly candidates and fight political attacks on trucking.
Disbursements from TruckPAC North Dakota are not made based on the political party but to candidates whose votes are
supportive of the trucking industry.

 

In 2016 & 2018 the elected officials we supported were key in passing legislation that supported the trucking industry such as
an available lifetime trailer registration in North Dakota. Their support also helped to fight off legislation that would have
negatively impacted our industry. We need your continued support to keep up the fight and ensure North Dakota remains a
trucking-friendly state!

 

Contributions to TruckPAC North Dakota must be made from an individual. Corporate contributions are not allowed in North
Dakota, and disbursements can only be made to candidates for statewide office or state legislative races.

 

There are 141 House and Senate members of the North Dakota Legislature, and we are asking each and every member of
NDMCA to consider a contribution of $141.00 which is $1.00 for each lawmaker. With a contribution of $141.00 you receive
the following benefits:

 

 - Become a member of the TruckPAC ND 141 Capitol Club
 -
Recognition at the 76th NDMCA Annual Convention
 

Please join us in supporting North Dakota trucking industry by pledging your support today! Also, please consider passing this information on to like-minded individuals in your company.

For more information, please contact at info@ndmca.org.

 

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