Dear OHV Trail Voter,
As this year comes to a close, the Trail Political Action Committee wants to thank you for helping us get launched in 2011.
TPAC supporters and our access friends have a lot to be proud of in 2011. Today, there are pro-trail legislators in the House of Representatives and U.S. Senate who are fighting for our access rights. Some have introduced legislation to address the closure of historic roads and trails by federal land agencies.
Other pro-trail politicians have introduced legislation to stop taxpayer funding of eco-lawsuits filed by green anti-access groups to severely restrict or ban OHV recreation.
Elected officials in the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate are seeking to address the abuse of the OHV event permitting process by some federal agents.
As TPAC prepares its official questionnaire for Congressional races and the Presidency, we wanted to share a quick note about some key races in the 2012 election cycle.
TPAC’s goal in 2012 is to help send pro-trail reinforcements to Congress with a special focus on the U.S. Senate.
TPAC is currently reviewing key races in Utah, Wisconsin, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, and Michigan.
It’s going to take a lot of support from the OHV trail voter in 2012 to help TPAC counter the green PACs with their almost unlimited resources. However, TPAC believes that YOU are ready to stand up against their trail-closure agenda and help us engage them in the political arena.
Please donate to help TPAC hit the trail hard in 2012.
Thanks for your support of TPAC’s effort to get the OHV trail voter engaged.
Don Amador, Founder
The Trail Political Action Committee