• Defend Small Business PAC
  • Contribute to the Defend Small Business PAC


    The Defend Small Business PAC is the voice for the small business. We are committed to supporting candidates who understand the importance of prioritizing businesses and the lives of those who depend on them. 

    Contributions are used to advocate on behalf of small business interests and support legislative candidates who share our commitment to protect local businesses, our jobs and our communities. 

     

  • Did you know that you can give up to $100/couple or $50/person
    and get the entire amount back when you file your Oregon income taxes?


    The Oregon Political Tax Credit allows you to give a donation to Defend Small Business PAC
    and get the ENTIRE AMOUNT BACK when you file your taxes.

     

    The Oregon Political Tax credit is a wonderful benefit for Oregon tax payers. When you donate $50 to a political campaign of your choice, you can reduce your taxes or increase your refund by that same $50. It's a full 100% credit, not a deduction. 

    Basically, the State of Oregon gives almost every tax-paying Oregonian a $50 gift -but you can't keep it. Instead, you must either pay it back in state taxes or donate it to a qualified political campaign or cause.

    By contributing $50 to Defend Small Business PAC, you will join a movement to ensure that small businesses and our employees are never again treated as "non-essential." - and it won't cost you a dime. 

     

    Important note: The tax credit is now only available to single adults with incomes under $75,000 and joint filers with income under $150,000.

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  • For contributions by check,
    please download and complete this form and return with with your check.
    Checks can be made out to:

    Defend Small Business PAC
    991 Liberty St SE
    Salem, OR 97302


  • The Defend Small Business PAC helps protect, preserve and foster a political environment that will strengthen local businesses, their employees, their communities, and the private enterprise system.