Welcome to Union PAC, the ultimate trivia game to test your knowledge of labor unions! This trivia game is designed to challenge your understanding of union history, negotiations, and current affairs. With a wide range of topics from labor movements of the 19th century to more recent events, you're sure to find something that interests you. From debates about contract negotiations and strikes to organizing campaigns, Union PAC will help keep you on the cutting edge of union news. So gather your friends, choose your category, and prepare to test your knowledge of the world of organized labor.
1) What is the primary purpose of a Union PAC?
2) What type of committees are affiliated with union PACs?
3) What is the main difference between a federal PAC and a union PAC?
4) What type of organizations typically form a union PAC?
5) Who is eligible to donate to a union PAC?
6) What is the maximum contribution limit for union PACs?
7) Who is the primary recipient of union PAC contributions?
8) What is the main purpose of union PAC contributions?
9) What are the main sources of union PAC funds?
10) How do unions use PAC funds?
11) Who is responsible for ensuring that a union PAC complies with the applicable laws?
12) What is the first step in creating a union PAC?
13) What type of financial disclosure must union PACs make?
14) What type of activities are prohibited for union PACs?
15) What is the most important factor in creating a successful union PAC?
16) When must union PACs disclose the identity of donors?
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