Can a PAC change its cause or mission after it has been formed?

A PAC is free to promote and advance a cause of its choosing. For example, a PAC can support or attempt to defeat candidates of a particular party, a specific geographic region or who hold a certain philosophical stance on an issue.

However, well-run PACs have bylaws, and their activity is confined to not only what is permissible under law, but also what is permissible under their own bylaws. PACs should be sure not to stray from their own bylaws, although most bylaws will have a process for making amendments.