The 501(c)(4) SuperPAC: Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Yesterday dba Manifest The Future PAC aka Manifest PAC (status: very formed, very legal, very cool)
The 501(c)(4) SuperPAC: Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Yesterday dba Manifest The Future PAC aka Manifest PAC (status: very formed, very legal, very cool)

The 501(c)(4) SuperPAC: Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Yesterday dba Manifest The Future PAC aka Manifest PAC (status: very formed, very legal, very cool)

Manifest the Future PAC

  • A SuperPAC is just a tax entity that has to follow certain rules (only US citizen, greencard, or certain noncitizen contributors), disclosures around ad spend, no direct, private coordination with campaigns.
  • We have one! It’s going to be the first PAC platform, where it is not advocating for any partisan side
    • Its only core values are the ones that benefit itself, and me: pro-America, pro-capitalism, pro-democracy, pro-growth. No hate against any protected group, no populist demagoguery that would ultimately make this product illegal or advertise hate speech.
  • Manifest the Future PAC will accept contributions and place political ads directly in proportion to the contribution, and use public, fair-use creative (uploaded by the contributor to the internet, on meetbilly.co) for the ad.
  • In conjunction with software services provided by the venture-backed company, Manifest the Future PAC will do thorough KYC and legal auditing of ad placements.
  • All ads will follow the letter and spirit of the current law.
  • We’ll fight unlimited dark money in politics with unlimited light money in politics: all political advertisers, for now, must be OK with their ad being public on the internet and searchable and attributable to them. Dean Preston ought to have nothing to hide about any of his advertisements, and the positive, wholesome campaigns and issue groups may have qualms about this approach, but ultimately if the platform is compelling enough, enough of them will sign on.