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The Political Action Committee of the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas.

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IMPACT is the Political Action Committee of the Independent Insurance Agents of Texas. By contributing to IMPACT, you are supporting pro-business candidates who are looking out for agents’ interests in the Capitol. All of the money raised by IMPACT is contributed to candidates and campaigns that support the independent agent network

“It’s important to give to IMPACT so there is a connection between the IIAT Government Affairs team and elected officials who vote on legislation. When bills are filed and politicians need to learn the practical implications, they can rely on the experts at IIAT to help guide them through the decision-making process.“ Rep. Cole Hefner,


  • Propose legislation that is in the best interest of our members and the independent agency system.
  • Support legislation that provides consumer protection and preserves consumer choice.
  • Oppose legislation that is harmful to our members.
  • Increase awareness of IIAT issues among legislators.
  • Support key legislators and candidates who align with our objectives.
  • Provide important legislative information to our members
  • Raise sufficient funds to promote IIAT’s agenda in the Texas Legislature.
  • Encourage our members’ engagement in the political process.

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What is a Political Action Committee?

A political action committee or PAC is a group that is formed to give money to the political campaigns of people who are likely to make decisions that would benefit the group's interests.

Why should I support IMPACT?

We cannot afford to ignore government decisions that have profound effects on the independent agency system in Texas. Your contributions and participation in the political process are needed to ensure IIAT members continue to compete, innovate, and grow.

IMPACT funds help support pro-business candidates and elected officials who understand the importance of a vibrant independent insurance agency system in Texas. IMPACT’s strong reputation helps IIAT form productive relationships with state legislators who support the interests of independent agents.

What does IMPACT do?

IMPACT is your vehicle for political success as an independent agent. IMPACT collects voluntary contributions from independent insurance agency principals, producers, customer service reps and other staff members across the state.

These funds are pooled and contributed on a nonpartisan basis to candidates for public office who support the interests of independent insurance agents and the insurance industry. A full 100 percent of every dollar raised stays in Texas for state and local elections.

Facts about IMPACT

  • All fundraising efforts throughout the state are administered by the IMPACT Board, IIAT governmental affairs staff and IMPACT Regional Vice Presidents.
  • Funds are disbursed on a nonpartisan basis to both Democrats and Republicans and are based on issues that promote IIAT’s legislative agenda.
  • IMPACT is one of the largest trade association PACs in Texas.

Does IMPACT buy votes?

No. Candidates and public officials are honorable people whose votes are not for sale. But by helping elect business-minded public policy decision-makers, IMPACT assures independent insurance agents the opportunity to present our views and be heard.

IMPACT fully complies with all state and federal election law.

“The success of our members goes hand in hand with the success of IIAT’s legislative efforts - good laws on the books, coupled with a friendly regulatory environment, make that possible. Giving to IMPACT puts IIAT’s government affairs team in a position to help pro-business candidates get elected so we can maintain both.“ William J. Crocker, CLCS, Vice President, Alliant Americas

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We urge you to assist us in our efforts at the Capitol.

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Regan Ellmer

Director of Government Affairs