From the mppoa.com website:
The MPPOA promotes and endorses political candidates who have demonstrated or are committed to platforms and issues that benefit the law enforcement community.
The MPPOA was founded in 1922 and its members include rank and file municipal police officers, county deputy sheriffs, and peace officers employed by the state of Minnesota. Today, the MPPOA is the largest association representing police officers in Minnesota.
From the website mccl.org:
The MCCL State PACs support candidates for office who will protect the right to life of all human beings.
A pro-life majority in the Minnesota House is necessary to pass any pro-life legislation. That majority is on the line in November.
Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) is Minnesota’s oldest and largest pro-life organization. MCCL defends the equal dignity and right to life of every member of the human family—including unborn children, pregnant women, and persons who are elderly, sick, and disabled—and opposes the killing of innocent human beings through abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, assisted suicide, and embryo-destructive research.
From the website MNchamber.com:
Creating an environment where businesses can flourish must rank higher on our state’s priority list. It’s essential in giving us a competitive edge in growing our state’s economy and competing across the globe.
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is a broad-based organization representing 2,300 businesses throughout the state – That’s over half a million employees! Our member companies range in size, location and industry.
From the website fbmn.org:
Endorsement decisions are based upon candidate interviews and support for Farm Bureau policy. The PAC Committee is comprised of county Farm Bureau members from across the state.
The Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation is an advocate for agriculture, driven by the beliefs and policies of our members. Who are members of Farm Bureau in Minnesota? Farmers and those interested in agriculture who have an interest in the future of farmers, their families and the food they grow and raise in Minnesota. Individuals and their families become members of their county Farm Bureau organization, which together form Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation. Farm Bureau’s dynamic strength stems from our members at the grassroots level. People sharing ideas, seeing common wisdom, developing solid solutions…all in pursuit of improving the quality of life in a spirit of voluntary cooperation.
Today, with 78 county Farm Bureaus and nearly 30,000 member families, the Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation continues to follow the ideals of its creators by promoting the beliefs and policies of its members.
Minn Farm Bureau PAC and Minnesota Farm Bureau Federation PAC Announce Candidate Endorsements
From the NFIB.com website:
In both state and federal elections, NFIB supports candidates who stand up for small business.
Candidate endorsements are made by our political action committee. Endorsements are based exclusively on a candidate’s positions and record on small business issues, regardless of party affiliation.
NFIB is the voice of small business, advocating on behalf of America’s small and independent business owners, both in Washington, D.C., and in all 50 state capitals. NFIB is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and member-driven. Since our founding in 1943, NFIB has been exclusively dedicated to small and independent businesses, and remains so today.