History

The Pakistani American Political Action Committee was founded in 1989 by a group of visionary Pakistani Americans. On the eve of the 1990 election in an increasingly complex world, our founders saw a need for greater political coordination, activism and advocacy.Read more

Our motto

We support candidates who are committed to federal policies that promote good governance, education and security in Pakistan and civil liberties in the United States. Read more

What we do

PAKPAC educates Pakistani-Americans on pressing policy debates and provides them a unique platform to influence these debates and endeavors to amplify the voice of ‎Pakistani-American community in Washington.Read more

Why us

PAKPAC activities are governed by its National Board which elects a President for a three year term. Each member of the Board contributes at least $2,000 annually and is actively engaged in politics. Read more

Latest News

In a visit to Pakistan alongside CIA Director David Petraeus and Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin…

Being an American Texan and Dallas resident and as a Pakpac board member I strongly…

PAKPAC was honored to take part in the third annual Immigrant Heritage Month activities in…

The Pakistani-American community hosted an Iftar for New Hampshire Governor Margaret Hassan at the home…

JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight, we begin a series of reports from Pakistan, a nation that’s been…

ISLAMABAD: The world’s largest solar power project of 900 megawatts will be launched in Pakistan with…

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