NC Political Action Committee
The NC Political Action Committee (PAC), is used to support elected officials who support the cattle industry.
To make donations to our State PAC please contact Laura Field.
PAC in the Pasture
The first ever Nebraska Cattlemen “PAC in the Pasture” event was a huge success! Nebraska Cattlemen members and friends from across the state gathered at the beautiful AL Ranch in Halsey, Nebraska on Friday evening, August 10th. Hosting the event were Al and Sallie Atkins and Tessa and Adam Quittner along with their families. The picturesque backdrop was the ideal location for conversations about cattle, the beef industry, and bringing awareness to members about the Nebraska Cattlemen Political Action Committee.
Master of Ceremonies, Jacob Mayer, shared comments with the over 75 attendees after they enjoyed a delicious steak dinner. Mayer, NC’s Natural Resources Committee Vice Chairman and a member of the NC PAC advisory committee welcomed attendees and shared comments about why membership in Nebraska Cattlemen is important in order that beef producers stand united in having their voices heard on issues of importance to the beef industry in Nebraska.
During the evening, a silent auction was held and raised over $2,000 for the NC PAC. A drawing for a set of Nebraska Cattlemen copper mugs was also held for new members who joined the Nebraska Cattlemen during the PAC event. Musical entertainment was provided by Joel Warren.
Special thank you to our presenting sponsor Neogen GeneSeek Operations and our beef sponsor Aurora Cooperative.
Monday, February 18
Come see the new Nebraska Cattlemen office and be part of an incredible gala to raise funds for the Nebraska Cattlemen PAC and learn more of NC’s efforts at the state legislature. Tickets will be available to purchase at the Annual Convention in December.
Nebraska Cattlemen at the Capitol.
Modeled after the NCBA “Boots on the Hill” event, this two day event will be key in relating cattle industry issues to elected representatives and communicating the importance of protecting agriculture in state law. While NC is represented daily at the Capitol by our lobbyists, this event provides an opportunity for senators to hear from their constituents. Members will gather to connect with senators and discuss the issues that impact their operations.
Monday, February 18 (afternoon)
Meeting at the NC office to review issues and discuss talking points
Tuesday, February 19
Morning at the capitol
Breakfast with senators and staff with individuals meetings