BAMPACBlack America's Political Action Committee
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A national poll of 1,800 participants conducted in June by Black America's Political Action Committee (BAMPAC) suggests that when it comes to affirmative action, African American opinions are congruent with the majority of Americans, says Alvin Williams, president and CEO of BAMPAC.
BAMPAC 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.
He's very close to Steadman Graham, the New York businessman who's Oprah Winfrey's beau." Another key player, Bob Johnson, the head of Black Entertainment Television, helped Keyes launch Black America's Political Action Committee (BAMPAC), a 1993 spinoff of Gingrich's GOPAC that serves, in part, as a transmission belt that sends white corporate money to conservative black candidates.