is a nonpartisan organization that surveys the African American community yearly to assess their feelings on the current administration and their evolving attitudes toward the major political parties.
Also speaking at the gala will be BAMPAC Board Chairman and Co-Founder Dr.
GALA HONOREES: * Senator George Allen will receive the BAMPAC Vikki Buckley Political Leadership Award.
BAMPAC President and CEO Alvin Williams said, "Over the years our website has served as a valuable source of information about the organization.
Founded in 1994, BAMPAC is a non-partisan federal Political Action Committee committed to promoting the sanctity of human life, excellence in education, economic self-empowerment, protecting our freedom through limited government, and improving the moral climate in our nation as well as highlighting the importance of the African American vote.
is pleased to have assembled a group of panelists that will analyze these topics in a way that is informative and engaging," said Alvin Williams, BAMPAC
President and CEO.
This marks a significant rise from BAMPAC poll results in 2001 when his approval rating was only 19% and 36% had no opinion.
This sends a message to the Bush Administration," said Alvin Williams, BAMPAC President and CEO.