TPAC has nationalized this election to empower trail voters in the following states where there are no senate races; AZ, CA, CT, FL, IN, MO, MD, ND, NV, NY, OH, PA, UT, WA, and WI. TPAC is giving outdoor recreationists in those states a chance to help shape the political landscape in Washington D.C.
TPAC's strategy is to target/support up to 11 key senate races in battleground states such as Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, South Dakota, and West Virginia.
DONATE HERE TO NAME YOUR FAVORITE MOTORIZED ROUTE OR AREA
For a donation of $25 dollars or more, TPAC will list the first name of donor and his/her favorite federal, state, county, or private trail/riding area/racing facility. The list will be updated each day.
UPDATED 8/5 - List of Donors and Their Favorite Motorized Roads, Trails, and Areas
John - The Sherman Pass 4X4 Jeep Trail, Sequoia National Forest, California
John - Monache Meadows Trail. Inyo National Forest, California
Dawn - Sierra National Forest, California
Geoff - Slickrock Trail, Eldorado National Forest, California
John - White Mountains, Inyo National Forest, California
Jody - Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Oregon
Jeff - Owyhee Mountains, Idaho
Tony - Stonyford, Mendocino National Forest and Pozo, Las Padres National Forest, California
Tod - Walker Valley, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington
Ellen - Stonyford, Mendocino National Forest, California
Your donations will help us elect more pro-trail candidates to Congress where they can champion and defend responsible OHV recreation on public lands.
Demonstrate pride in your favorite trail or area by making a donation today to show the green lobby and regulators in Washington D.C. that you too are engaged in the political process.
THANKS again for your support in the midterms.
Don Amador, Founder
The Trail PAC
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