The purpose of the Gem State Prosperity Fund (GSPF) is to promote and strive for the improvement of government at the Federal level by encouraging and stimulating business and their employees to take a more active and effective part in government. We seek to encourage business to understand the nature of and actions of elected leaders as they pertain to the protection of the free enterprise system. The GSPF will assist business to be an effective political voice espousing the principles of the free enterprise system.
GSPF is an independent-expenditure-only Political Action Committee. Unlike traditional Federal Political Action Committees, the GSPF is classified as a Super PAC and is allowed to receive corporate contributions. Certain restrictions apply to corporations that engage in Federal contracts. If you have any questions regarding your contribution or eligibility, please contact us. GSPF has retained legal counsel to assist in any questions regarding these important requirements.
The GSPF will financially assist candidates for Federal Office through independent expenditures only. Supported candidates will uphold the ideals of a free market society, who believe in the rights of the individual, and who are committed to preserving the free enterprise system.
All contributions from all members are appreciated. IACI has created a series of special categories for higher contribution levels. Since Federal election activity is limited in the state of Idaho, contributions are assessed only when the Board of Directors elects to participate in an election. Your initial contribution allows membership until assessment is voted on and approved by the GSPF Board of Directors
$1,000 contribution “Patron”
$5,000 contribution “Investor”
$10,000 contribution “Director” – “Director” level contribution receives a FULL voting seat on the Gem State Prosperity Fund Board, invitations to special fundraising events, receptions and other candidate face-time opportunities.
Checks should be made payable to: Gem State Prosperity Fund
Contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes.
Contributions to GSPF are voluntary and are used in connection with federal elections.
No money is contributed directly to federal candidates or political action committees.
Federal law requires the GSPF to use its best efforts to collect and report the name, address,
occupation and employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year.