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Public action committees are primarily concerned with __________. A. donating money to candidates and political parties who support a certain cause or belief B. providing information to the
public about a certain issue C. actively campaigning on behalf of a candidate for public office D. convincing Americans to support a certain cause or belief
(Did you mean political action committee ) Political action committees are primarily concerned with A. [ donating money to candidates and political parties who support a certain cause or belief. ]
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