Americans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee
Americans for a Republican Majority Political Action Committee, also known as ARMPAC, was former House Majority Leader Thomas D. DeLay's leadership committee. ARMPAC was "quietly closed" at the end of April 2007 "after a decade-long run as one of the most influential - and infamous - PACs run by members of Congress." 
DeLay's Political Money Carousel
TRMPAC was "launched, in part, with a $75,000 contribution" from ARMPAC, Texans for Public Justice reported June 28, 2004.
According to Federal Election Commission records, "in its first year DeLay's ARMPAC pulled in $312,000; in 1996, $681,000; and in 1998, $904,000. This year , ARMPAC is on track to collect a staggering $2 million. The list of ARMPAC political contributors is twenty pages long, from Philip Morris and the National Rifle Association to banks, oil companies, insurers, drug makers, Merrill Lynch, and Microsoft." --Texas Observer, February 4, 2000.
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- Alison Mitchell and Marc Lacey, "DeLay Inc.. -- A special report: A Lawmaker Amasses Power, and Uses It. A CLOSER LOOK: DeLay's Fund-Raising Vehicles," New York Times, October 26, 1999.
- Roberty Dreyfuss, "DeLay, Incorporated," The Texas Observer, February 4, 2000.
- Ellen Miller, "Auditing DeLay," TPM Cafe, August 15, 2005.
- "Republicans return DeLay PAC donations," The Hill, November 26, 2005.
- News Release: "CREW FEC Complaint Against Rep. DeLay PAC – ARMPAC – Results in $115,000 Fine. One of Largest Fines in FEC History," Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, July 20, 2006.
- Paul Kane, "DeLay's PAC closes shop," Capitol Briefing Blog/Washington Post, May 1, 2007.