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About TBIPAC

As you know, decisions made in Washington and Baton Rouge can have a dramatic impact on businesses in areas as diverse as taxes and budget expenditures, economic development and tourism, vendors doing business with Louisiana Tribes, and a host of other issues. The Tunica-Biloxi Indians, with its subsidiary businesses, do a substantial amount of work in all of these areas.

Because of pending legislation, on both the State and National Level, we have established the Tunica-Biloxi Indian PAC. (Federal and State regulations governing contributions necessitate two separate entities). The PAC is funded by voluntary contributions from eligible employees, vendors and their interested parties.

The Goals of the TBIPAC Are To:

  • Strengthen our political voice by combining separate donations into larger contributions.
  • Support many good candidates here in Louisiana and throughout the country, far more than any one individual could support
  • Help meet the responsibility we, as concerned business people, have to take part in the formulation of effective state and national policies through the election process.
  • Assist in electing candidates supportive of the Tunica-Biloxi Indians and its subsidiaries' business interests.

TBIPAC contributions are not intended to advance any particular social agenda, but rather to promote the election of candidates in Louisiana and Washington who understand and support the role that the Tunica-Biloxi Indians can play in the economic well-being of Louisiana and its hard working citizens.

Contributions to the TBIPAC are strictly voluntary.

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