WG Family of PACS

Individually, it is difficult for any single agricultural business to have an impact on political campaigns. By combing our collective resources, WG Political Action Committees (PACs) provide a broader platform to amplify the voice of the fresh produce industry in important legislative races and initiative campaigns. 

WG operates a bipartisan Family of Political Action Committees (PACs) designed to:

  • Help elect pro-agriculture candidates to state and federal legislative, statewide and congressional offices, and
  • Support, oppose or run statewide ballot initiatives that impact agriculture and the business community.

WG Candidate PACs

WG state and federal candidate PACs make direct contributions to candidates and officeholders with a demonstrated commitment to good public policy for agricultural business owners and their employees. 

Candidate PACs At-a-Glance



WG Issues PACs

WG California and Arizona Issues PACs make contributions and expenditures related to ballot measures. For the 2023-2024 election cycle, contributions to the WG California Issues PAC will be used to fund campaigns related to Private Attorneys General Act reform and minimum wage. It is permitted to accept unlimited donations from individuals or corporations.

WG PAC Board

All WG PAC activities, including contribution decisions, are managed and made by the WG PAC Board. The following contributions are required per two-year cycle to serve on the WG PAC Board:

  • $2,500 to WGPAC-Federal
  • $2,000 to WGPAC-California Issues
  • $500 to WGPAC-Arizona

2023-2024 WG PAC Board

  • Neill CallisTurlock Fruit Company
  • J.P. LaBrucherieLaBrucherie Produce
  • Alex MullerPasquinelli Produce Company

From Our Members

I am a fourth-generation family farmer. I am also a third generation member of Western Growers, and for the past forty years, Western Growers has helped my family business grow.

Domenick Buck
Anthony Vineyards, Bakersfield, CA