Annually, ADGG PAC, in consultation with ADGG Board of Directors, and State Coordinators, identifies and evaluates the viability (also referred to as electability) of a candidate’s chance of winning; and how the candidate tightly aligns with the core issues that the organization is focused on. These decisions are not made in a vacuum or on a whim. Endorsement decisions are made using internal ADGG PAC factors, including sometimes, interviewing the candidate, after having the candidate fill out our questionnaire.
ADGG reserves the right to endorse candidates from any political party, including federal, state, or local candidates, as the organization sees fit, provided it is in the best interest of the organization and its members, and is consistent with FEC regulations.
In the summer of 2020, ADGG PAC endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the candidates best suited for the job of leading America into the foreseeable future.
2020 witnessed a surge of African Diaspora candidates nationwide - over two dozen. ADGG PAC endorsed a few hopefuls and underdogs as highlighted below. The goal is to grow the number of diaspora candidates in future election cycles !