One America Committee
The One America Committee founded by 2004 vice presidential candidate John Edwards, is "dedicated to working to fight poverty and lift more Americans into the middle class, as well as helping elect Democratic candidates across the country," its website states.
"Sen. Edwards' One America Committee has one of the more developed websites for a leadership PAC and the report shows that a lot of folks have provided input: Plus Three ($20,959.00), Matthew Lawrence Nelson (Alexandria, VA), Chris Winn Consulting (State College, PA), Anne H. Lewis (DC), Getactive Software (Berkeley, CA), Angus Strategy (Pueblo, CO). Adams Hussey & Associates in received over $25,000 for doing direct mail. Jennifer L. Swanson (DC) and Joshua Brumberger (NY) did fundraising consulting. Receiving salaries were David S. Medina (political director), Kim Rubey (communications), Katherine M. Buchanan, Angela Siecker (in New Hampshire), Kathleen McGlynn, Kenisha Smith, Alicia Brown, Jenni Lee, Michael P. Dillon, John K. Davis, Layth S. Elhassani and Giancarlo A. Messina."
One America Committee initiatives include: 
- Raising the States, "a grassroots campaign that supports Democrats around the country who are running for state legislature."
- Increasing the Minimum Wage.
- Fighting Poverty.
"Contributions to One America Committee are not tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes."
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- voter outreach
- ↑ Leadership PACs of Potential 2008 Presidential Candidates, George Washington University, 2005.