Buckeye Firearms Association PAC
Buckeye Firearms Association PAC grades political candidates and seeks to support those who respect your Second Amendment Rights. To donate to our PAC, use the button below.
State law requires all political action committees to file regular reports on where their money comes from and how it is spent. This information becomes public record and is available to you online. Buckeye Firearms Associations PAC has a full disclosure policy on finances and wants you to know how frugal and careful it is with your donations. So we encourage you to look at the reports from the Secretary of State, who regulates PAC activities in Ohio.
Keep in mind that Buckeye Firearms Association, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, and Buckeye Firearms Association PAC are two separate legal entities. The financial reporting information here is exclusively about our PAC.
How to Research a PAC
To look up financial information on Buckeye Firearms Association PAC or any political action committee and create your own reports, you can access the Secretary of State PAC database online.
Simply enter whatever information you have about the PAC. The organization's name is usually all you need, but a PAC Registration Number may help if there are organizations with similar names. Adjust the report parameters however you like to customize your information.
Here is the official information for BFA:
Committee Name: Buckeye Firearms Association PAC
PAC Registration Number: OH1134
Committee Status: Active
As of September 2013, the PAC's address is 495 East Mound Street, Suite 200, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
From mid-2002 through mid-2005, Buckeye Firearms Association operated under the name OFCC PAC.
How to Research a Candidate
To look up financial information on political candidates in Ohio, you can access the Secretary of State candidate contributor database online.
Just enter the candidate's last name and select the office the candidate is running for.