The Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC) advances the political agenda of Caribbean-Americans currently residing in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area (DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia).

C-PAC’s overarching mission is to be the political voice of the Metropolitan area’s vibrant and growing Caribbean-American community.



To accomplish our goals, C-PAC will endorse and support candidates for public office in the Metropolitan area who articulate policy positions that will strengthen the economic, educational, social, and cultural conditions of individuals of Caribbean heritage residing in the Washington DC metropolitan area.

C-PAC will also seek to foster greater relationships between the U.S. Federal, State and Local governments and the nations of the Caribbean.Learn More


  • NewC-PAC Informer: July 2020 Edition
    Includes a greetings from the Chair, Election 2020 information, in memoriam reflections, a call to be part of leadership, and Caribbean-American month highlights.Read More
  • NewRead Our New Informational Flyer
    Hot off the presses, please take a look at our new outreach materials. Read More
  • NewWashington, D.C. Primary 2020: Candidate Questionnaire Responses
    During the 2020 Primary Season, C-PAC circulated questionnaires to all candidates appearing on the ballot.Read More
  • New2020 Caribbean American Heritage Month
    Save the date 06/16/20Read More
  • NewBlack Lives Matter
    Read C-PAC's call for engagement Read More
  • NewC-PAC Candidate Overview
    Read the listing of positions and candidates.Read More
  • NewC-PAC Endorsements
    Endorsements for the 2020 DC Primary ElectionsRead More
  • NewCOVID-19 and Voting
    Find out the latest about voting in the DMV area.Read More
  • NewC-PAC Election Portal
    Keep informed about the 2020 elections here. Read More
  • NewC-PAC Election Portal
    Keep informed about the 2020 elections here. Read More
  • NewC-PAC Informer
    Winter 2019 Edition.Read More


  • Voting Information
    Casting your ballot, regardless of how you do it, is key. Read C-PAC's voting information.
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  • Caribbean Ecumenical Service
    Watch the Service that was held on Sunday, June 28, 2020 | Access the Service Booklet
  • C-PAC Celebrates Black History Month
    Lois Dickson Rice - Mother of the Pell Grant.
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  • C-PAC Board of Directors Elections
    We invite eligible members to consider running for and casting their vote to select the Board of Directors.
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  • 2020 Census: What I Need to Know
    Wednesday, October 30, 2019
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  • Bahamas Hurrican Restoration Fund
    We have attached here information for the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce Bahamas Hurricane Restoration Fund for those of you who may wish to make a financial contribution (read the press release). In addition, the Bahamian Embassy has provided a list of items needed.
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  • C-PAC Chair Graduates from FEMA's National Emergency Management Advanced Academy (NEMAA)
    Dr. Goulda Downer completed the full curriculum and graduated from FEMA's NEMAA, a program that reinforces the qualities needed to manage emergency management programs. Read the CPAC press release.
    FEMA Press Release
  • C-PAC 13th Anniversary Luncheon
    Dr. Julius Garvey, son of human rights icon, the Right Hon. Marcus Garvey, delivered the keynote address. Read more.
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  • C-PAC Chat
    October edition discusses education, immigration, business development, and Caribbean culture
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  • C-PAC Encourages our Community to Become a Commissioner and Serve The Mayor's Advisory Commission on Caribbean Community Affairs helps the Mayor strengthen and foster relationships with DCsidents from the Caribbean Diaspora. Read More