"All trail-access decisions are political decisions"

The Trail Political Action Committee (TPAC) was founded as the first national non-partisan political action committee dedicated solely to championing responsible off-highway vehicle recreation on designated roads, trails, and areas on public lands through the electoral and legislative processes.
The TPAC tactical goal is to target key races using state-of-the art real-time analysis where there is a tough election and the pro-access candidate needs some extra support to help to defeat their opponent.
TPAC is needed to counter the anti-access special interests in Washington DC who have long ago figured that contributing to closure-oriented politicians is how they will accomplish their goal of restricting OHV access on federal lands.
TPAC is ready to stand in that political breach to stop the flow of anti-access politicians into the Capital. TPAC will work hard to reverse that trend so that pro-access legislators will exist as the majority in Congress and the White House.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Don't Sit at the Trailhead in the 2012 Elections

As the country approaches Super Tuesday on March 6, TPAC believes it is time for those trail-voters who have not yet supported TPAC – to step up to the plate and make a difference today.  Many of you have already donated and we THANK YOU for that!  However, some are still sitting at the trailhead waiting to join our “2012 Election Trail Ride.”

Craig Manson, the former Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife, and Parks in the U.S. Department of the Interior who has endorsed TPAC said, “As one who has served as a land management executive policymaker at the highest levels of federal and state governments, I can’t stress enough the importance of recreation interests to get involved in the political process.”

“Federal resource departments must carry out the land-use directives from the White House while answering to Congress that creates laws, has budget authority, and oversight responsibilities. It is critically important for recreational interests to support those politicians who champion a responsible land-ethic that includes managed OHV use on public lands,”
Manson concludes.
If you agree with Craig Manson, please make a donation today and help TPAC elect pro-trail candidates in the 2012 election cycle.
Donate $25, $50, $100, $250, $500, or $1,000 dollars today at:
Thanks for your support!
Don Amador
The Trail PAC

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