CTV-PAC

Political Action Committee

What's it all about?

The Citizens for Traditional Values Political Action Committee (CTV-PAC) is registered with the state of Michigan as an “Independent Committee” for the purpose of supporting candidates for political office.

“The CTV Campaign School is a great resource for candidates or those just thinking about running for office. I value my experiences in the campaign school and would encourage others to take advantage of the opportunity as well.”

Jase Bolger – Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives

Since 1995 the CTV Political Leadership Academy has trained hundreds of Michigan candidates. This dynamic and informative campaign school features some of the best and most conservative state and national experts who know how to run – and win – a campaign.

A significant number of PLA attendees have gone on to hold public office including Lt. Governor Brian Calley, Speaker of the House Jase Bolger, Senate Education Committee Chair Phil Pavlov, Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Rick Jones, and House Majority Floor Leader Jim Stamas.

Characteristics of a good candidate

There are a few characteristics that make a good candidate. Find out just what it looks like and what it takes to be eligible for PAC contributions.

Seeking the CTV-PAC Endorsement

After you have filed your candidacy with the State of Michigan, those who are running for State House seats and higher will receive a letter notifying you of the opportunity to fill out our questionnaire

Distributing Voter Guides

n the final days leading up to an election Voter Guides may be obtained from CTV and/or other organizations, such as Michigan Family Forum or Michigan Right To Life, to educate church members.

Register to Vote

Make sure you are ready for the upcoming political campaign season by registering to vote. There is no better way to have your voice heard!