InsurPac is the federal political action committee of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers Association (the Big “I”). It is the largest property-casualty insurance industry PAC in the nation, and is one of the reasons the Big “I” is routinely rated as a top lobbying group in Washington, D.C. InsurPac distributes 100% of its voluntary agent donations to U.S. senators, representatives and candidates for federal office.
In making those disbursements it does not look at party affiliation; rather, it supports those officials who have been advocates and supporters of the independent agency system. As a result, the Big “I” and Insur- Pac have an impressive bipartisan track record in Congress and on the campaign trail. Consider the following:
The Big “I” continues to be one of the most well-respected associations in Washington and it’s in large part due to the power of InsurPac. This political clout is apparent in the relationships the association and it’s lobbyists have on Capitol Hill, the reputation of the association as a whole, and the many times they are consulted by the administration and invited to testify before Congress on a variety of industry issues.