What information is being collected at www.NYRACC.com?
The only personal information collected is information you give us. In an effort to grow our Republican grassroots community online, RACC may ask you to submit information. This information will be used to provide you with information about online events, personal appearances, TV appearances, talking points, and other Republican related information. You do not have to provide this information – we only ask that you do so that we can better communicate with you! Additionally, when you offer your personal information and/or choose to participate in our volunteer efforts, we use your information to personalize and customize Web pages and emails from RACC to you. We’re thankful for your support, and we want to recognize you! Some information must be collected when you make a contribution.
We ask that children under 18 do not submit their information. In accordance with the Federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), www.NYRACC.com does not knowingly collect information from children. In accordance with the Federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), the RACC will never knowingly collect personal identifiable information from persons thirteen years old or younger.
How is the information collected at www.NYRACC.com used?
We will not sell your personal information. Under no circumstances will RACC sell your information to third parties or any commercial entities. No mobile information will be shared by us with third parties/affiliates for marketing/promotional purposes. Text messaging originator opt-in data and consent will not be shared by us with any third parties
How do I contact the Republican Assembly Campaign Committee?
If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact the RACC by e-mail or by phone using the contact information provided here: 518-462-2606, email@example.com.
RACC has taken steps designed to protect the loss, misuse, or alteration of your Personal Information. Please note that Personal Information sent over an unsecured Internet connection could be obtained by third parties.